Tanto la paciente como la doctora que la operó se sorprendieron por esto,ya que tanto en el examen sonografico anterior como durante la primera cirugía se comprobó que el ovario izquierdo estaba intacto, para mí no fue tanta la sorpresa porque he tenido casos similares en el pasado, en los cuales tras un diagnostico de quiste endometriosico en un ovario, aparece unos pocos meses mas tarde, la lesión quistica en el ovario contralateral.
Female patient aged 29 Gesta 1 Part 1, with secondary infertility of 9 years. Was examined by us in April 2011 was diagnosed with right ovarian cyst with sonographically normal left ovary, three days later underwent surgery and histopathological analysis showed right endometriotic cysts . At present, the patient returns for further study eco-pelvic sonography, after feeling dyspareunia, pain in left lower quadrant. The new test showed the presence of an image-echogenic cystic with thick wall, with or nipple excrescence growing toward the light of the cyst, Doppler ultrasound is negative. Measures approx: 5.5 x 5.1 x 5.3 cms. The right ovary was not visualized.
Both the patient and the doctor who operated were surprised by this, since both the anterior and sonographic examination during the first surgery it was found that the left ovary was intact, for me this was not such a surprise because I've had similar cases in the past, in which after a diagnosis of endometriosis cyst on an ovary, it appears a few months later, the cystic lesion in the contralateral ovary.