serous cyst

se·rous cyst

a cyst containing clear serous fluid, such as a hygroma.

se·rous cyst

(sēr'ŭs sist)
A lesion containing clear serous fluid, such as a hygroma.
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The procedure was performed after the woman had undergone an oophorectomy of her remaining ovary because of a benign serous cyst.
Gross pathologic findings included a benign endometrial polyp (Figure 1, white arrow), adenomyosis, and leiomyomata in the uterus, while the right ovary contained endometriosis, a simple serous cyst (Figure 1, black arrow), and a benign fibroma.
The group of endoscopists-investigators of CONTACT-1 study and their pathologists have retrospectively defined new criteria to classify malignant and pseudocysts for the first time and confirmed the characteristics of the benign serous cysts published earlier this year.