Monika Sojáková, Ľudovít Janek, Monika Borošová
Ovarian remnant syndrome is a rare gynaecological complication induced by difficult bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
procedures that leave residual ovarian tissue on the pelvic wall. The most common pre-existing conditions for this complication
include endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease and prior abdominal surgery. The residual ovarian tissue
may eventually cause malignant development.