DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20160175

Congenital adnexal cyst in a newborn: diagnostic dilemma

Thumjaa A., Sindhu Maru, Vamsi Krishna Reddy K., Rajaselvan R.

Abstract


Cystic lesions are rare perinatal, diagnosed intra-abdominal mass. Complications may occur during the vaginal delivery because of such mass in abdomen. Even it is difficult to make a diagnosis on routine clinical examination.  Management of both ovarian and mesenteric cyst is surgical removal.


Keywords


Ovarian cyst, Mesenteric cyst

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