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Inguinal endometriosis: a differential diagnosis of right groin swelling in women of reproductive age


We reported a case of right inguinal endometriosis in a 41-year-old woman with unremarkable surgical and gynaecological history. She presented with right groin swelling for a month since her last menstrual period. Clinically the swelling was first diagnosed as inguinal hernia and later histologically proven to be endometriosis.

  • general surgery
  • obstetrics and gynaecology

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