and elevated CA125 associated with struma ovarii.
Rarely, a patient may present with pseudo-Meigs syndrome
and a raised cancer antigen 125 level, thereby mimicking an ovarian neoplasm.
12,13) Interestingly, two of these cases (9,10) reported presentation with pseudo-Meigs syndrome
and elevated serum CA-125, no doubt adding to the clinical diagnostic dilemma.
5,6) Zannoni et al (8) reported the first case of pseudo-Meigs syndrome
in malignant struma ovarii, which was associated with ascites, hydrothorax, and elevated CA 125 (cancer antigen 125) levels.