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In a young woman, hemiperitoin is nearly always the result of the rupture of an ectopic pregnancy. The authors report the case of the rupture of a cyst of a corpus luteum and they review the literature in order to identify the semiological signs and it highlight the difficulty of reaching a diagnosis by non-invasive methods. The treatment remains surgery,… (More)
The authors report a case of primary ovarian non Hodgkin malignant lymphoma in a 41-year-old multiparous woman. An ovarian tumor was diagnosed in a context of hypogastric distention and discomfort. A total hysterectomy was performed with bilateral uterine appendectomy. The intra-abdominal organs were not affected and there were no internal adenopathies. The… (More)
We describe a case of menstrual rectal bleeding due to sigmoid endometriosis. The history led us to the diagnosis and since a small biopsy of the lesion and scanning could not help us to a conclusive diagnosis we carried out histological examination of a piece removed at operation. This case has led us to estimate the incidence, the difficulties of… (More)
Six cases of hydrometra are reported. The diagnosis could be confirmed only by ultrasonography. Histology revealed two cases of hyperplasia and three of endometrial atrophy. Culture of curettage material remained negative. Blood count was normal.
The authors report a case of advanced rectal cancer in a pregnant woman of 30 years of age. It was a glandular adenocarcinoma discovered in the second trimester of pregnancy. The clinical picture was one of rectal bleeding with digestive disturbances. The patient had a caesarean operation at 29 weeks of amenorrhoea because of a change in her general state.… (More)
Vaginal leiomyosarcoma is a very rare tumor. The authors report a case of primary presentation in a 51-year-old multipara who complained of the development, since about 12 months previously, of a vaginal swelling accompanied by bloody discharge and pain. The outcome was fatal twenty two months later following treatment combining chemotherapy, radiotherapy,… (More)
Three cases of rectal carcinoma associated with pregnancy led the authors to review the general literature. The lesion is most often an adenocarcinoma, diagnosed late at an advanced stage of progression in young women. Results of treatment are poor and the outcome fatal.
The authors report a case of a primary cervical non-Hodgkin malignant lymphoma. The consultation was the result of post-coital metrorrhagia and leukorrhea. Treatment involved a combination of multiple drug therapy and radiotherapy. Three years later, the patient is in good general health and complete clinical and histological remission.