Primary Vaginal Melanoma in a Young Woman

Primary vaginal melanoma is a rare and very aggressive tumor. It is most often diagnosed in late-stage menopausal women with visceral metastasis. We report an exceptional case of a 31-years-old woman with primary vaginal melanoma diagnosed at an early stage on pelvic MRI without revelation of a secondary lesion.

Objective: Interest of MRI in early positive diagnosis and loco-regional extension assessment of vaginal melanoma.

Author(s): Asaggau S*, Badraoui MB, Zouita B, Basraoui D and Jalal H

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