Computed tomography appearance of subcutaneous endometrioma

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      Endometriosis in the subcutaneous tissue is an finding, but one reported in association with surgical incisions and scars. The use of ultrasound, but not computed tomography, has been reported in the diagnosis of such lesions. Reported here is a case of abdominal subcutaneous endometrioma detected by CT in a patient with confusing symptoms.


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