2006-05-25-14 Ovarian cyst © Cuillier www.thefetus.net/
Fabrice Cuillier, MD, Lemaire P, Deshayes M
* The department of Gynecology, Hôpital Félix Guyon Sonographer, Hospital Felix Guyon Reunion Island, France
This is a 35-year-old woman, G3P2, without any relevant past obstetrical history. The first and second trimester screening were normal. At 34 weeks, a scan revealed an anechoic image located in the pelvis suggestive of an ovarian cyst. Inside the cyst, there was a hypoechogenic image suggestive of a hemorrhage. No ascites was present. A female baby was born at 38 weeks and underwent a surgery immediately. The left ovarian was necrotic and it was removed. The right ovary and the uterus were normal.
Note the ovarian cyst close to the baldder at 34 weeks
The stomach, the cyst and the bladder