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Leiomyoma of the fallopian tube is extremely rare. Most cases are asymptomatic and found incidentally at autopsy or unrelated operation. These leiomyomas tend to be singular, small, and unilateral, with a resultant rare preoperative diagnosis. They are often managed with laparotomy, as seen in the literature review. Therefore, preoperative imaging is never(More)
OBJECTIVE To present the phenomenon of the postoperative rapid progression of mature cystic teratoma (MCT) with malignant transformation (MT) when intraoperative spillage occurs during operation. CASE REPORTS Two patients with MCT were treated, one with total hysterectomy plus bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy in an exploratory laparotomy, and the other(More)
Pseudothrombus of the inferior vena cava has been observed after pedal infusion. Previously it has been suggested that this pitfall results from technique and that this finding would not be observed following fast computed tomographic scanning after arm vein injection. However, we have observed similar flow artifacts using the latter technique. A scan(More)
OBJECTIVE Ovarian malignancy is highly suspected when patients present with an ovarian cystic mass lesion accompanied with ascites. However, aside from the primary origin, a metastatic lesion should be considered, since the ovary is frequently metastasized from cancers of other organs, such as the genital tract, gastrointestinal tract, and breast. Herein,(More)
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