Walthard cell rest

Wal·thard cell rest

a nest of epithelial cells occurring in the peritoneum of the uterine tubes or ovary; when neoplastic, possibly constituting comprising one of the components of the Brenner tumor.

Wal·thard cell rest

(vahl'tahrd sel rest)
A nest of epithelial cells occurring in the peritoneum of the uterine tubes or ovary; when neoplastic, possibly comprising one of the components of the Brenner tumor.

Walthard,

Max, Swiss gynecologist, 1867-1933.
Walthard cell rest - a nest of epithelial cells occurring in the peritoneum of the uterine tubes or ovary.
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There was a paratubal cyst lined by flattened epithelium and a Walthard cell rest with cystic degeneration was also identified.
SHOWS WALTHARD CELL REST CYST ADJACENT TO TUBAL MUSCULATURE
HISTOMORPHOLOGY: Multiple sections studied from the specimen labelled, Right Ovarian cyst stained with Haematoxylin and Eosin, revealed ovarian stroma along with a cystic lesion, the lining of which was replaced by fibro-vascular tissue and showed walthard cell rest [Figure 1 (c)].