Hamza Sekkat, Jihane El Hamzaoui, Kouassi Serge Kouamé Armel, Jaouad Naddouri, Ahmed Jahid, Ihssan Elouarith, Youness El Bakali, Mohammed Raiss, Farid Sabbah, Abdelmalek Hrora, Mouna Mhamdi El Alaoui
Benign cystic mesothelioma is a very rare and uncommon lesion, first reported by Plaut in 1928. It affects young women of reproductive age. It is usually asymptomatic or has non-specific symptoms. Diagnosis remains difficult despite the evolution of imaging, and the histopathological study is the key examination to make the diagnosis. Surgery remains the only curative treatment, regardless of significant rate of recurrence, and until today, no consensus on the therapeutic strategy is established.
May 10, 2023: Journal of Minimal Access Surgery