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Giant schwannoma of the pelvis: A case report
J Cases Obstet Gynecol
Schwannomas are benign nerve sheath tumors most commonly seen in cranial and peripheral nerves. Pelvic schwannomas are particularly unusual. They are slow-growing tumors and detected incidentally. We report a giant presacral schwannoma in a 74-years-old woman who presented with urinary incontinence. Abdominal ultrasonography and computed tomography pointed out a large well-circumscribed solitary mass arising from right adnexial region to the epigastric area without any sign of ascites andfatcat:oqivjfdci5hzxizhild6y2kyqi