A Case of a Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor Diagnosed at the
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Case Report
A 32-year-old multiparous woman (G3P2) presented with abdominal swelling 10 weeks after her second vaginal birth. She had a normal pregnancy follow-up and birth process, until now, and her medical and family history did not show any feature. In the gynecological examination, external and internal genital organs were normal in size and structure. Postpartum uterine involution was regular. In the abdominal examination, a mass starting from the pelvic level, but with indistinct relation to genital organs and extending to the right upper quadrant, was palpated. In the abdominal ultrasound screening, a multiloculated mass divided with septal structures, including cystic and solid areas starting from the suprauterine level reaching to the subxiphoid region, was detected. In the further evaluation using computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging a mass starting from the pelvis and extending to the transverse colon, 26 × 22 × 16?cm in size, solid, loculated, hypervascular, and in certain regions associated with some colon segments was observed. CT angiography was performed in order to evaluate the resectability of the mass showed invasion into the superior mesenteric artery and distal branches. Biochemical tests and tumor markers were not diagnostic. According to these findings, a general surgery consultation was requested with the prediagnosis of extragenital tumoral mass.....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5121446/
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