Broad ligament fibroid in treated breast carcinoma patient
Keywords:Breast cancer, Broad ligament leiomyoma, Extrauterine fibroid
Fibroids are the most common benign lesions of the uterus and genital tract and rarely can be extrauterine in origin. The broad ligament fibroids, even though having a low incidence, are the most common extrauterine firoids. This is a case of 36 years old nulliparous woman treated for invasive carcinoma of breast with infertility, with broad ligament fibroid presenting with abdominal pain, reported for its rarity and operative experience.
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