Peritoneal Inclusion Cysts: A Review

@article{Vallerie2009PeritonealIC,
  title={Peritoneal Inclusion Cysts: A Review},
  author={Amy M. Vallerie and Jodi P. Lerner and Jason D. Wright and Laxmi Baxi},
  journal={Obstetrical \& Gynecological Survey},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={321-334}
}
OBJECTIVE To provide a comprehensive review of peritoneal inclusion cysts in the female patient population. [...] Key MethodDATA SOURCES We searched the MEDLINE database for articles with keywords "peritoneal inclusion cyst" and "benign (multicystic) mesothelioma." Our search was limited to the English language. All reports included a tissue-confirmed diagnosis, except 1. Case reports and case series with adolescent and adult patients were reviewed. Expand
Benign multicystic mesothelioma and peritoneal inclusion cysts: are they the same clinical and histopathological entities? A systematic review to find an evidence-based management
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Peritoneal mesothelial cysts are more common than had previously been thought and most authors consider them non-neoplastic; thus the designation of “peritoneal inclusion cyst” is preferable. Expand
Peritoneal inclusion cysts: clinical characteristics and imaging features
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Peritoneal inclusion cysts (PIC) occur in women and men at all ages and knowledge of patient characteristics and typical PIC imaging appearances may prevent unnecessary or unnecessarily aggressive therapy. Expand
Giant peritoneal inclusion cyst mimicking ovarian cyst
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Although giant masses of pre-menopausal women are usually malignant, clinicians may encounter with rare benign tumors such as peritoneal inclusion cysts and should be aware of them in the differential diagnosis. Expand
Subserosal adenomyotic cysts and peritoneal inclusion cysts – Unusual differential diagnoses of multicystic pelvic masses: A review of two cases
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2 patients diagnosed with subserosal adenomyotic cysts and peritoneal inclusion cysts, mimicking multiloculated pelvic tumors, commonly misdiagnosed as ovarian tumors or malignancies are reported. Expand
Benign multicystic peritoneal mesothelioma: literature review and update
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A case of BMPM is presented in a 60-year-old male – a rare disease in an uncommon patient population and the name of this entity is also controversial, with possible etiologies, including a neoplastic versus a reactive process. Expand
Adnexal Masses in Pediatric and Adolescent Females: A Review of the Literature
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The etiologies, presenting symptoms, and appropriate management options for pediatric and adolescent patients with adnexal masses are explored. Expand
Benign Cystic Mesothelioma in a Child: Case Report and Review of the Literature.
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Benign cystic mesothelioma should be kept in mind as a rare cause of the abdominal mass in children, as it may lead to confusion in preoperative diagnosis. Expand
Diagnosis and treatment of benign multicystic peritoneal mesothelioma.
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A 56-year-old Caucasian male admitted to the authors' surgical department with a chief complaint of a painful mass in his right lower abdomen for almost 2 years is diagnosed with benign multicystic peritoneal mesothelioma (BMPM). Expand
Multicystic peritoneal mesothelioma after fertility-sparing surgery for an ovarian tumor of borderline malignancy: A case report
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This is the first report of MCPM diagnosed and successfully treated by laparoscopic surgery during the course of follow-up for an ovarian tumor, and it is important to recognize that MCPM can occur in patients who have previously undergone abdominal surgery, and laparoscope surgery is recommended for patients of reproductive age. Expand
Peritoneal inclusion cysts in pregnancy, a diagnostic challenge
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An unusual case is presented of a 27-year-old pregnant woman with an atypical multicystic lesion in the pelvis, seen on routine first trimester ultrasound, and diagnosed with peritoneal inclusion cysts. Expand
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