Published: 2017-08-28

A case report of tubo-ovarian torsion in 4 years old girl

Aarti Sharma, Shivshankar Lasune, Rupakala B. M., Harshitha Reddy, Vineeta Yadav


Tubo-ovarian torsion is infrequent diagnosis, clinical picture is nonspecific and children cannot articulate their symptoms which make diagnosis as a challenge. High index of suspicious and early intervention prevents damage to adnexal tissue. 


Laparoscopy, Laparotomy, Tubo-ovarian, Torsion

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