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1. 2, in which the macroscopical features of ovarian tumours that have a bearing on imaging are considered rather than simply the tissue type of the tumour. Non-Neoplastic Cysts The three principal types of so-called ‘functional’ ovarian cyst À that is, not neoplastic cysts À are surface inclusion cysts, follicle cysts (Graafian follicle cysts) and luteal cysts (corpus luteum cysts). Surface inclusion cysts are characteristically tiny, multiple and lined by nondescript low cuboidal or flattened cells.

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