Bilateral Primary Fallopian Tube Carcinoma with the Classical Clinical Features: A Case Report 726-728
Dr. Neetha Vyas M.,
â€˜Ashrayaâ€™, 1st main, 3rd Cross, Subashnagar,
Mangalore-575001, Karnataka, India.
Phone: +91 9900001287
Bilateral primary fallopian tube carcinoma is a rare diagnosis in our gynaecological practice. Very often, the diagnosis is mistaken for an ovarian carcinoma or a tubo-ovarian mass. A correct, preoperative diagnosis is made only in 4% of the cases. This is due to the nonspecific symptoms. The Latzkoâ€™s triad of a watery vaginal discharge, a colicky lower abdominal pain and a pelvic mass is typical of a fallopian tube carcinoma, but this triad is noted only in less than 15% of the patients. Here, we are reporting such a case where the patient presented with all the classical features of a primary fallopian tube carcinoma. This case is also being reported for itâ€™s extreme rarity.