Disseminated Peritoneal Leiomyomatosis (DPL)- OGIJ
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"Disseminated peritoneal leiomyomatosis (DPL) also known as leiomyomatosis peritonealis disseminate (LPD) is a rare condition described as multiple smooth muscle tumors disseminated throughout the peritoneum, omentum and pelvic structures.The lesions occur most commonly in women of child bearing age and may have an association with oral contraceptive therapy (OCP) or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). These diffuse tumors are usually incidentally found during surgery but women may present with abdominal pain prompting investigation. This condition is rarely reported; we describe a case of DPL in a 35 year old woman incidentally found during cesarean delivery.

Case:34 year old female Gravida 2, Para 0010 Hispanic female, with history of asthma and no past surgical history, with uncomplicated antenatal course, was admitted for induction of labor for postdate gestation at 41 3/7 weeks, underwent a primary cesarean delivery due to failed induction of labor at 41 5/7 weeks. A large exophytic mass was incidentally noted after delivery of fetus and exteriorizing the uterus. Further biopsy of the mass was consistent with diagnosis of DPL."...

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