[Primitive adenocarcinoma of the fallopian tube: a case report].

Tunis Med 2004 Feb;82(2):237-40

Centre de maternité et de néonatalogie de Tunis-Service B.

Tubal carcinoma is rare and its prognosis is poor. His diagnosis before intervention is not easy because clinic is poor and complementary exams not specifics. His treatment is radical surgery by laparoscopy associated with chemotherapy. The prognosis is correlated with cancer stage and residual tumoral volume after surgery. We report a 55 years case who underwent coelioscpic annexectomy for left pyosalpinx. Definitive histology answered tubal cancer. Patient dead after three months because disseminated and parietal metastasis.

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