paraovarian

par·o·var·i·an

(par'ō-var'ē-ăn),
1. Relating to the paroophoron.
2. Adjacent or in proximity to the ovary. Synonym(s): paraovarian
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Distribution of Patients on Basis of Histopathological Findings Histopathological Diagnosis Number N = 132 N % Benign (n=77) 58.33% Serous Cystadenoma 21 15.90 Dermoid Cyst 17 12.87 Haemorrhagic Cyst 13 9.84 Mucinous Cystadenoma 8 6.06 Chocolate Cyst 6 4.54 Follicular Cyst 4 3.03 Luteal Cyst 3 2.27 Fibroma 2 1.51 Chronic Granulomatous Lesion 1 0.75 Tuberculosis Paraovarian Cyst 1 0.75 Stroma Ovarii 1 0.75 Malignant (n=55) 41.66% Serous Cystadenocarcinoma 29 21.92 Mucinous Adenocarcinoma 17 12.87 Dysgerminoma 3 2.27 Endometrioid Cancer 2 1.51 Transitional Cell Carcinoma 2 1.51 Brenner's Tumour 1 0.75 Yolk Sac Tumour (Endo dermal 1 0.75 Sinus Tumour) Table 2.
One paraovarian cyst was found on the left, and one small cyst in the left fallopian tube.
That having been noted, however, some low-grade cellular neoplasms primary in the ovary, should they extend into the paraovarian soft tissue such as the AGCT, can have a somewhat nodular almost tonguelike growth.
Paratubal, or paraovarian, cysts typically are round or oval avascular hypoechoic cysts separate from the adjacent ovary.
On pathological analysis of laparoscopic paraovarian and paratubal cyst biopsy material, tissues differentiated as both Mullerian and Wolffian ducts were observed.
Pelvic ultrasound and MRI showed a left paraovarian mass with a suspicion of torsion.
When the adjacent organ is an ovary, the cyst is also called a paraovarian cyst.
The adnexa of the uterus include the ovaries fallopian tube and the paraovarian tissue.
Partial differential diagnosis of adnexal cystic/ solid masses by ultrasound in the nonpregnant patient * Physiologic ovarian cyst/follicle * Other ovarian cysts * Hemorrhagic cyst * Endometrioma * Tubo-ovarian abscess * Pyo/hydrosalpinx * Abdominal abscess * Paraovarian cyst * Dermoid cyst/Teratoma * Serous/mucinous cystadenoma or CA & other epithelium neoplasms * Fibromas/Thecomas * Ovarian mets * Ovarian torsion * Pedunculated fibroid * Peritoneal inclusion cysts Table 2.
Cysts related to the Mullerian system usually occur in paraovarian (1) or paratubal regions (2).
This is true of most dermoid cysts, endometriomas, corpus luteum cysts, hydrosalpinges and peritoneal pseudocysts, and of many paraovarian cysts and benign solid ovarian tumours, for example, fibromas, fibrothecomas, thecofibromas, and thecomas.