Ovarian torsion: appearance on MRI

An 8-year-old girl presented with acute intermittent pain in the left abdomen with associated vomiting. US of the abdomen showed a pelvic ovoid mass. The T2-W MRI revealed an enlarged left ovary with multiple peripheral follicles (Fig. 1, short arrows) adjacent to a normal right ovary (Fig. 1, long arrow) consistent with left ovarian torsion. A necrotic… CONTINUE READING