Ann Surg Case Rep | Volume 6, Issue 2 | Case Report | Open Access

A Benign Ovary Pathology with Utmost Consequences

Infanger C1, Fadinger N1*, Ndarugendamwo A1, Faoro D1, Montani M2 and Mueller1

1Department of Gynecology, University Hospital of Bern, Switzerland
2Institute of Pathology, University of Bern, Switzerland

*Correspondance to: Nikolaus Fadinger 

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psychiatric emergency department with her husband and her mother. Physical examination showed no meningismus. Strength, coordination and reflexes were unchanged and physiological. There was no evidence of apraxia. A cerebral MRI and a CT thoracic abdomen were organized to complete the diagnosis. The cerebral MRI showed no ischemia or cerebral hemorrhage. Objectives: To report a rare case of NMDAR encephalitis causing by a benign ovarian teratoma.


Teratoma; Ovary; Anti-NMDA receptor; Encephalitis


Infanger C, Fadinger N, Ndarugendamwo A, Faoro D, Montani M, Mueller. A Benign Ovary Pathology with Utmost Consequences. Ann Surg Case Rep. 2023; 6(2): 1072..

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