Teratoma of the greater omentum

Ali, Abdelmounaim Ait; Sall, Ibrahima; El Kaoui, Hakim; Bouchentouf, Sidi Mohammed; El Hjjouji, Abderrahmane; El Fahssi, Mohammed; Bounaim, Ahmed; Zentar, Aziz; Sair, Khalid
June 2009
Canadian Journal of Surgery;Jun2009, Vol. 52 Issue 3, pE54
Academic Journal
The article reports on the case a 55-year-old woman who was presented with a teratoma of the greater omentum (TGO). It describes the medical imaging procedures in determining the cysts and the subsequent laparoscopy, in which a cystic mass was discovered in the greater omentum. The article discusses three theories on the etiology of teratomas of the greater omentum.


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