A case analysis of primary fallopian tube carcinoma

Ling Jiang

Abstract


Objective: To explore the diagnosis of primary fallopian tube carcinoma and reduce the occurrence of the missed diagnosis. Methods: To review the clinical data of primary fallopian tube carcinoma, analysis misdiagnosis of primary fallopian tube carcinoma, and several links which is easily overlooked. Results: According to the patients clinical curettage pathology for differentiation in endometrial adenocarcinoma, without considering the possibility of fallopian tube carcinoma, ignoring the change of the fallopian tubes during operation, not sending fast frozen section examination, which leads to misdiagnosis. Conclusion: The incidence of fallopian tube carcinoma is low, no atypical symptoms were presented, found no masses were found in pelvic, and the doctor was not vigilant, which formed the preconceived notions due to the clinical pathological results, so that fallopian tubes was ignored intraoperative. We should alert to the possibility of fallopian tube in the treatment of endometrial carcinoma.


Keywords


Fallopian tube carcinoma; Cases; Diagnosis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14725/gjicmwm.v2n1a301

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Global Journal of Integrated Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine

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