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Myofibroblastic Tumor of Rectovaginal Septum

October 07, 2011

Myofibroblastic tumor (MT) is a neoplasm of unknown etiology, occurring at various sites. Literary, it is composed of spindle cells (myofibroblasts). Usually it is associated with variable inflammatory component; hence the name is inflammatory myoblastic tumor (IMT). The occurrence in the rectovaginal septum of female is almost unknown in the literature.