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Isolated left descended inguinal ovary with ipsilateral ectopic pelvic kidney: a case report and review of literature.

Isolatd descended inguinal ovary is a rarity, but it should be considered as a differential diagnosis of an inguinal mass at any age; in particular during female infancy and up to adulthood. Herein the authors report a case of asymptomatic isolated left descended inguinal ovary, with ipsilateral left ectopic pelvic kidney that was accidentally discovered a few years after menarche.

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