Ovarian leiomyoma with torsion: a case report
Keywords:Ovarian leiomyoma, Torsion
We report an uncommon case of primary ovarian leiomyoma with torsion. Leiomyoma of the ovary is an extremely rare benign solid neoplasm of uncertain etiology. Our patient presented with abdominal pain and imaging showed right adnexal solid mass. All tumour markers except LDH were normal. The patient underwent laparotomy proceed right salpingo-ophorectomy. Intraoperatively, it was found to be twisted right ovarian solid tumour and histopathological examination revealed leiomyoma of ovary.
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