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Title A rare case of tuberculous salpingitis
Authors Romaniuk, Anatolii Mykolaiovych  
Hyriavenko, Nataliia Ivanivna  
Lyndin, Mykola Serhiiovych  
Romaniuk, S.
Starkiv, M.
Slobodyan, G.
Keywords tuberculosis
fallopian tubes
clinical case
histology
Langhans giant cells
Type Article
Date of Issue 2016
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/52114
Publisher Interventional Medicine & Applied Science
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Citation A rare case of tuberculous salpingitis / A. Romaniuk, N. Gyryavenko, M. Lyndin [et al.] // Interventional Medicine & Applied Science. – 2016. - Vol. 8(3). - Р. 131-134.
Abstract The objective of this study was to give an overview of a rare case of tuberculosis of the left fallopian tube in postmenopausal women. It is known that the isolated tuberculous salpingitis without spreading to the endometrium is extremely rare case. In our case, it simulated a cancer of appendages at the late stages that were proved by the increased level of CA-125. This fact as well as the macroscopic image of the left fallopian tube was incorrectly considered by the clinicians as a malignant neoplasm of fallopian tube. However, after pathomorphological examination of postoperative samples during histological study, the main method of verification of the diagnosis, revealed the specific granulomas in the samples that indicate the tubercular inflammation. It was considered by clinical and laboratory as data secondary focus.
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