A 30-year-old woman presented with a 1-year history of low abdominal pain. A palpable low abdominal mass was noted. Pregnancy was ruled out, and an abdominal plain film and ultrasound study were performed. US detected a multiloculated cystic mass, and on this basis, contrast-enhanced abdominopelvic CT was carried out.
KeywordsFallopian Tube High Signal Intensity Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Open Arrow Ovarian Torsion
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