Parovarian cyst may arise either from the vestigeal remnants of Wolffian in the mesosalpinx or from the peritoneal inclusions or from tubal epithelium.
The ovary is separated and the uterine tube is stretched over the cyst. The cyst is unilocular; the wall is thin and contains clear fluid. The wall consists of connective tissue lined by a single layer of cuboidal or flat epithelium. There may be a thin muscle tissue along with secretory epithelium suggesting tubal origin.
The cysts are always benign. The presenting features are like those of benign ovarian tumor. It can undergo torsion like that of ovarian tumor.
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