Torsion of Normal Adnexa in Postmenarchal Women and Risk of Recurrence

@article{Pansky2007TorsionON,
  title={Torsion of Normal Adnexa in Postmenarchal Women and Risk of Recurrence},
  author={Moty Pansky and Noam Smorgick and Arie Herman and David Schneider and Reuvit Halperin},
  journal={Obstetrics \& Gynecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={109},
  pages={355-359}
}
OBJECTIVE: To compare the incidence of recurrent torsion of normal adnexa to recurrent torsion of abnormal adnexa in postmenarchal women. METHODS: All cases of surgically confirmed adnexal torsion operated on in our department from January 2002 to April 2006 were retrospectively analyzed. Classification as torsion of pathologic adnexa versus torsion of normal adnexa was based on pre- and postoperative pelvic sonograms, operative findings, and pathologic diagnoses (when available). The torsion… Expand
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