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SH Teoh, LSJ Teoh, WC Teng
Correspondence: S H Teoh
This is a case report of recurrent bilateral ovarian cysts in pregnancy. From the clinical picture these are likely to be theca lutein cysts. A lookout for complications involving these cysts is important. Patients can be managed conservatively in the absence of complications. Likely mechanisms for the causation of this phenomenon are discussed.
Keywords: conservative management, recurrent bilateral ovarian cysts, pregnancy, pathogenesis
Singapore Med J 2003; 44(10): 536-538