PMID: 526458Dec 1, 1979Paper

Primary carcinoma of the fallopian tube associated with tuberculous salpingitis. A case report

British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
P S VinallP N Cowen

Abstract

A patient with co-existent carcinoma and tuberculosis of the Fallopian tube is described. Tuberculosis was diagnosed by the finding of numerous typical granulomata throughout the uterus, tubes and ovaries, and by exclusion of other possible causes of these; and carcinoma by the finding of solid tumour, with a marked anisocytic appearance, invading submucosa. Despite the well recognised epithelial hyperplasia seen in tuberculous salpingitis, there remains no evidence that the occurrence of carcinoma in such cases is other than fortuitous.

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Jun 27, 1998·Medical Oncology·A C Hellström
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