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WOMAN HAVING TREE OVARIES: A RARE CASE

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Ovaries - is a paired organ, which is topographically and anatomically situated in the cavity of pelvis minor, adjoining to its side wall, and is lower than the input to the pelvis minor. The presence of ligamentous apparatus, special relation to uterus and oviduct provide the significant mobility. In the literature the data of unusual replacement, isolated placement of ovaries in the region of omentum majus, ileum, Douglas cul-de-sac, mesosigmoid, hernial sac at bubonocele is given. Besides, the guidelines of the presence of additional ovary mass near ovaries and according to this it is often cavity of pelvis minor. As for the increase of the amount of ovaries in the literature the single statements are given. We examined the patient, who 2 years ago because of fibromyoma was made extirpation of uterus with appendages. At reexploration made in case of carcinomatosis of abdominal cavity, in big epiploon was found the ovary with the size 2,5´3,0 cm, having typical macro and microscopic building. The authors proposed the clinical classification of anatomical anomaly of the replacement of ovaries.

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ovaries; the increase of amount; big epiploon; classification

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618.11

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1693-1695

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2015-06-27

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Medicine

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