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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Morphologically common benign ovarian tumors include cysts (both follicular and luteal) followed by serous cyst adenomas and mucinous cyst adenomas4.
In one case which was operated in pregnancy, the ovary was found to have a serous cyst.
Among the total 84 ovarian cancer patients, 47 (56%) had serous cyst adenocarcinoma which was the commonest histopathological type (table-3).
Although the largest ovarian cyst in our series removed laparoscopically was 17 cm serous cystadenoma; laparoscopic removal of larger serous cyst up to 30 x 40 cm has been reported in Oman.
Surface epithelial tumours were common benign tumours and consist of serous cyst adenoma with a frequency of 55% followed by mucinous cyst adenoma 20%.
Four cases of serous cyst adenocarcinoma have been reported and two cases of mucinous cystadenocarcinoma has been reported.
She underwent a laparoscopic surgery and the histopathological diagnosis of the lesion was a simple serous cyst of the right ovary.
Most common Benign neoplasia were Serous cyst adenoma 9 (14.
The bilateral ovarian masses, fallopian tubes and omentum were sent for histopathological analysis, which showed primary serous cyst adenocarcinoma of the fallopian tube.