Isolated colon metastasis of vaginal cuff squamous cell carcinoma; a case report

Azar Ahmadzadeh, Shaghayegh Sherafatmand, Mina Mohtadi, Mohammad Momen Gharibvand, Mohammad Bahadoram
2019 Immunopathologia Persa  
Primary vaginal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is one of the rarest kinds of cancer in gynecological cancer. We report a 40-year-old presented with abdominal pain in her right lower quadrant with past-medical history of vaginal cuff SCC without any metastasis about 2.5 years ago which was treated with a combination of surgery and radiotherapy. Ultrasonography and abdomino–pelvic CT scan suggested an inflammatory phlegmon in RLQ probably due to a complicated appendicitis or malignancy.
more » ... ignancy. Ultrasonography-guided biopsy was performed which showed a poor differentiated SCC. Chest and abdominopelvic CTs showed no metastasis. Patients underwent laparotomy and ileocecal resection then end-to-end anastomosis was performed. A study of specimens showed a non-keratinizing SCC.
doi:10.34172/ipp.2021.01 fatcat:5fp67kwzbzc6bi2slutx7shp7a