Non-neoplastic Cysts of the Ovary

  • Ancel Blaustein

Abstract

Non-neoplastic cysts are the commonest cause of ovarian enlargement. They are conveniently divided into inactive cysts and those capable of elaborating hormones having an end organ effect (see Table 18.1).

Keywords

Granulosa Cell Obstet Gynecol Endometrial Carcinoma Polycystic Ovary Abnormal Uterine Bleeding 
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