Recurrent retroperitoneal mesenteric cyst
A mesenteric cyst is an uncommon cause of a palpable abdominal mass. A correct preoperative diagnosis can be made by the combined use of radiographic and sonographic examinations in conjunction with the clinical features. A patient with a retroperitoneal cyst extending into the leaves of the mesentery is presented. The cyst recurred 4 years after surgery.
Key wordsMesenteric Cyst Retroperitoneal cyst Ultrasound, cyst
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