Giant splenic cysts discovered incidentally after early abortion

Authors

  • El Bouazizi Yassine Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3834-4701
  • Aboulfeth El mehdi Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Lamghari Mohammed Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Hablaje Hind Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Moujahid Mountassir Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • El kaoui Hakim Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Najih Mohamed Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Bouchentouf Sidi-mohammed Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco
  • Bounaim Ahmed Department of Visceral Surgery I, Mohamed V Military Hospital Rabat, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat, Morocco

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20223658

Keywords:

Splenic cysts, Non-parasitic cysts, Early abortion, Partial splenectomy

Abstract

Splenic cysts are rare tumors, grouped into parasitic and non-parasitic cysts, no-parasitic cysts are further classified into primary and secondary cysts depending on the mucous membrane of the cyst, radiological imaging allows the diagnosis to be made but confirmation of the diagnosis is based on an atom-o-pathological examination of the part. surgical treatment is the cornerstone of symptomatic and complicated splenic cysts. The conservative treatment is a reference for splenic cysts. We report the case of a young woman who was presented with a simple cyst of the spleen.

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Published

2022-12-30

How to Cite

Yassine, E. B., mehdi, A. E., Mohammed, L., Hind, H., Mountassir, M., Hakim, E. kaoui, Mohamed, N., Sidi-mohammed, B., & Ahmed, B. (2022). Giant splenic cysts discovered incidentally after early abortion. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 11(1), 338–340. https://doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20223658

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