ACASE OF BENIGN MESOTHELIAL CYST PRESENTED BY EXUDATIVE ASCITES, CASE REPORT SERIES
Dr. Sayed Farouk Mohamed Ahmed*
Benign cystic mesothelioma (BCM) is a rare neoplasm of the peritoneum, con -sisting of solitary or multiple cysts coming from mesothelial cells. It is a rare intra abdominal tumor occurring predominantly in women of reproductive age It's agreed that surgery is the only effective and mainstay of treatment, but there are noevidence-based treatment plan for BCM. Here we report a patient with chronic hepatitis c presented to us with unexplained ascites The co-existence of these two entities has not been reported previously in literature.
Keywords: Benign cystic mesothelioma (BCM), mesothelial.
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