Sonographic findings in Bartholin's gland hamartoma

J E Langer, R S Weinstein
Journal of Clinical Ultrasound: JCU 1998, 26 (9): 465-9
We report the case of a postmenopausal patient presenting with bilateral solid Bartholin's gland lesions. The clinical and sonographic features suggested a nonaggressive process, allowing the surgeon to choose excisional biopsy of 1 of the lesions rather than radical excision to establish the diagnosis of a Bartholin's gland hamartoma. To our knowledge, this is the first sonographic description of a benign solid Bartholin's gland lesion.

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