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Kwek J.W.,Kandang Kerbau Womens and Childrens Hospital | H'Ng M.W.C.,Kandang Kerbau Womens and Childrens Hospital | Chew S.H.,Kandang Kerbau Womens and Childrens Hospital Laboratory | Tay E.H.,Gynecological Oncology Unit
Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology | Year: 2010

Polypoid endometriosis, in contrast to typical (nonpolypoid) endometriosis, presents as masses that project from a serosal or mucosal surface or from the lining of an endometriotic cyst. Generally large, these masses can simulate a malignant tumor on imaging and at surgery. We report a case of florid polypoid endometriosis arising from the cervix with extension into the left parametrium and involving the left ureter, mimicking a locally advanced cervical malignancy on ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging. Copyright © 2010 ISUOG. Source

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