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Figure 1 (A-D): Contrast-enhanced CT scan reconstructions in axial (A, C, D) and sagittal (B) planes, showing a large cystic lesion in the inguino-pelvic region (straight arrow). Note the narrowed neck (curved arrow) denoting the passage of lesion across the inguinal canal to the labial region. The ovary with clearly delineated follicles is seen in the part of sac outside the pelvic cavity in the inguinal region (hollow arrow in D). Note the empty left renal fossa (in C) confirming left renal agenesis

Figure 1 (A-D): Contrast-enhanced CT scan reconstructions in axial (A, C, D) and sagittal (B) planes, showing a large cystic lesion in the inguino-pelvic region (straight arrow). Note the narrowed neck (curved arrow) denoting the passage of lesion across the inguinal canal to the labial region. The ovary with clearly delineated follicles is seen in the part of sac outside the pelvic cavity in the inguinal region (hollow arrow in D). Note the empty left renal fossa (in C) confirming left renal agenesis