Isolated subcutaneous implantation of a borderline ovarian t
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Minimally invasive surgery is a standard procedure to clarify undefined intraabdominal masses and its use is increasing in gastroenterologic surgery, gynecology and general surgery. However, tumor seeding into abdominal wall tissues may occur during laparoscopic removal of the mass. We report an interesting case of subcutaneous implantation of a borderline ovarian tumor (BOT) and hypothesize that the implantation occurred during last laparoscopy conducted 14 years prior to presentation....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4826974/
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