Case of the Month: April 2013, Page 2

Answer: B) Adnexal mass and D) Ascites

Ultrasound reveals complex bilateral adnexal masses with large volume ascites.
Additionally, intrahepatic ductal dilatation is seen.

For full-size images, please click Transabdominal US 3 and Transabdominal US 4 .

Question: What is the most common cause of bilateral adnexal masses?
A) Endometrioma
B) Serous Cystadenocarcinoma
C) Mucinous Cystadenocarcinoma
D) Metastases

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