Cystic Endometrioma with Coexisting Fibroma Originating in a
Case Presentation
A 40-year-old 2-multipara female was urgently admitted to Juntendo University Nerima Hospital with a diagnosis of acute abdomen. She had no previous pelvic surgery. Her initial laboratory data revealed a normal range of WBC and CRP and an elevation of CA125 (114?U/mL) and CA19-9 (402?U/mL). We had a diagnosis of the rupture or torsion of the ovarian malignant tumor because of the findings of magnetic resonance imaging revealing the suspicion of hemorrhage within the rectovaginal mass (Figure 1), and an operation was performed by the accommodation of the acute abdomen within one day after admission. During the operation, a small amount of yellowish ascites was pooled in the abdominal cavity....