Torsion of fallopian tube in a 13-year-old unmarried girl
A 13-year-old unmarried female presented with severe colicky lower abdominal pain, radiating to left side, not associated with fever. Ultrasound examination showed a dilated left fallopian tube with minimal free fluid in pelvis, and diagnosis of pelvic inflammatory disease was suggested. MRI of the pelvis showed a complex intensity mass in left adnexa, suggesting a germ cell tumour. Patient underwent diagnostic laparoscopy and laparoscopic removal of left fallopian tube. Histopathology finally established the diagnosis of left fallopian tube torsion.
Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan
(2007). Torsion of fallopian tube in a 13-year-old unmarried girl. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 17(12), 754-755.
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