Bilateral serous cystadenofibroma of ovary with paratubal cyst: a rare case report

Rajshree Dayanand Katke, Shruti Gadekar, Asheq Shaikh, Bhagitra Aghav

Abstract


Ovarian cystadenofibromas comprise very rare group of ovarian neoplasms with mixture of epithelial and fibrous stromal components. Here we present a case of a postmenopausal female who had bilateral ovarian cystadenofibromas along with a paratubal cyst.


Keywords


Ovarian cystadenofibroma, Paratubal cyst

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