ARP Case Report nº 13: What is your diagnosis?

Ana Catarina Silva
2018
Presentation of the Case A 73-year-old woman who has been consulting the gynaecologist regarding persistent pelvic pain since last month. No other complaints including systemic symptoms or metrorrhagia. The ultrasound study showed a large pelvic tumour mass and it was not possible to determine the organ of origin. Values of Ca-125 are normal. Pelvic MRI was requested for additional characterization of the pelvic mass and to determine the organ of origin.
doi:10.25748/arp.14201 fatcat:brq7cgtq3bevvae3shelvgbbqe