Multicystic Benign Mesothelioma Complicating Pregnancy
Case Report
A 23-year-old nulliparous woman presented at seven weeks of gestation with right iliac fossa pain. She had previous history of appendicectomy but no other known comorbidities except for obesity. Inflammatory blood markers were normal. An ultrasound scan confirmed a viable intrauterine pregnancy, a normal left ovary, and a 6.4?cm × 4?cm multiloculated cystic mass in the pelvis. The right ovary was not visualised
separately. The differential diagnoses of a cystic right ovarian mass or MBM were considered. As the initial acute symptoms settled with analgesia, a decision was made to continue expectant treatment in the first trimester. The patient however returned six weeks later with increasing pain....