Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P232, April 2019

90. Twenty-Two Year Old With A Large Serous Cystadenoma With Struma Ovarii

      Struma ovarii accounts for less than 5% of mature teratomas. The coexistence of struma ovarii and serous cystadenoma has been rarely reported. Struma ovarii usually occurs in an older population most commonly reported in women aged 40s to 60s, with many patients being euthyroid at time of diagnosis. Struma ovarii is difficult to diagnose based on clinical exam or imaging, but the diagnosis should be considered in a young woman with an adnexal mass.
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