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Incidental Finding of Angiomyxoma Cervix in Uterovaginal Prolapse: A Case Report
Scholars Journal of Medical Case Reports
Angiomyxoma is a rare, slow-growing mesenchymal tumor that usually arises in the pelvis and perineal regions of women in reproductive age, with a marked tendency of local recurrence. Most of the times it presents as asymptomatic perineal mass. The tumor is composed of scattered spindle cells and abundant medium-sized vessels embedded in a myxoid matrix. Surgical resection is the main treatment modality of angiomyxoma. Here, we are describing a rare case of angiomyxoma cervix, in a 35-year-olddoi:10.36347/sjmcr.2021.v09i08.002 fatcat:yym7iiwwrngjrh7tvqnfocd7tu