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Radiographic studies largely contribute to prompt diagnosis of ovarian torsion, though postoperative changes are not described and might contribute to unnecessary intervention. Case: We report a case of ovarian torsion diagnosed based on clinical presentation and radiographic findings. The detorsion was successfully performed through laparosopic access. Subsequently patient presented for elective ultrasonography and MRI which diagnosed multicystic ovarian mass, attributed to hematoma whichdoi:10.4236/ojog.2012.21007 fatcat:6ykleknzdre6lnqfke2cirdnxu