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Abstracts - RGCON 2016
02 (
Suppl 1
); S124-S124
doi:
10.1055/s-0039-1685400

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Abstract

Haemangiomas of the ovary are very rare neoplasms with a wide age range and present with pain lower abdomen and adenexal mass. Many a times this is an incidental finding on surgery. These neoplasms should be considered in the differential diagnosis of haemorragic ovarian lesion. A 48 yr old female presented to us with pain lower abdomen and adenexal mass. Her routine investigations were normal. Her tumour markers were S. LDH 213, CEA 1.72, CA 125 was 2.3. Ultrasound findings showed a well defined echogenic mass in left ovary measuring 6 × 3.4 cm with no ascitis. Her cervical cytological findings were with in normal limits. Staging laprotomy was done and a bilobed solid ovarian mass was identified on left side. TAH with BSO was done and specimen saved for histopathology that finally showed cavernous haemangioma of ovary. Post op recovery was uneventful with subsequent relief of pain.


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