necrotic cyst

ne·crot·ic cyst

a cyst due to a circumscribed encapsulated area of necrosis with subsequent liquefaction of the dead tissue.
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Laparoscopy was done on 28th day of life when a congested and necrotic cyst of 5 cm with torsion of the pedicle was found at a higher level than the normal ovarian fossa with the ovarian fossa being empty.
Large-duct type cysts usually represent as several small cysts, while neoplastic mucin cysts, colloid carcinomas, and degenerative necrotic cysts usually present as a single cyst.
The necrotic cysts in various stages of cysts indicated the nature infection history or host immune attacking consequences.