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Abstracts - RGCON 2016
02 (
Suppl 1
); S102-S102
doi:
10.1055/s-0039-1685304

Ovary: Oral Abstract: Female adnexal tumour of probable wolffian origin: A rare case report

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Abstract

Introduction:

Female adnexal tumour of probable wolffian origin (FATWO), is a rare neoplasm arising within the leaves of a broad ligament or hanging from it or a fallopian tube. It is considered a tumour of low malignant potential which shares similar histological and immunochemical features with mesonephric remnants.

Case:

Here we present a case repot of a 40 years old, nulliparous female who presented with acute pain abdomen and fever since 2 days. Her LMP was 30.09.2015 and her past menstrual cycles were irregular. She was nulliparous with history of infertility. In past medical history revealed her to be a known diabetic for 5 years, with uncontrolled blood sugars. Patient was hemodynamically stable. On per abdominal examination there was generalized tenderness all over the abdomen with guarding and rigidity. On per speculum examination vaginal discharge was noted with unhealthy cervix. Per vaginal examination revealed a tender mass of approximately 8 cm × 6 cm was felt on left fornix. All her base line investigations were normal. The salient investigations like CA-125 35.60 IU/L, CEA 3.46, Beta-HCG 2.29 were normal. On imaging, MRI showed a well defined solid cum cystic space occupying lesion of 9 cm × 8 cm arising from left adnexa with evidence of right hemorrhagic adnexal cyst 6 cm × 7 cm and hydro/hematosalpinx noted. There was well defined space occupying lesion in the pelvis on the left of the uterus which is likely a broad ligament leiomyoma. Diagnosis of acute abdomen was made with adnexal mass probably infectious in origin. Injectable antibiotics were started. In view of acute pain abdomen decision for surgical intervention was taken. Laparoscopic findings revealed bilateral ovarian abscess with left sided broad ligament mass (solid consistency) probably leiomyoma. Right tube and ovary were normal. Drainage of tuboovarian abscess with left salpingo-oophorectomy with right salpingectomy with adhesiolysis was done and sent for histopathology. HPE reported Female adnexal tumour of probable wolffian origin (FATWO) which was positive for vimentin and CD10, possibly arising from left sided broad ligament. Patient underwent radical hysterectomy with omentectomy with appendicectomy was done.in view of FATWO.

Conclusion:

Female adnexal tumour of probable wolffian origin (FATWO), is a rare neoplasm which is usually considered as benign, although in some cases metastasis on recurrences have been reported even after a long interval following the initial diagnosis. Pre-operative diagnosis of FATWO is very difficult because of the rarity of the disease and paucity of the literature available.


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