A rare case of thoracic diaphragmatic endometriosis invading the liver and lower lobe of the lung
Azal EL Adwan, Harjit Singh Dhaliwal, Samah Ballal, Rachana Dwivedi
We present a case of a 47 year old female who was referred to the respiratory physicians with a cough and haemoptysis. She has also been having periodic right upper quadrant pain as well as right arm pain for the last 15 years. She had been seen her General Practitioner on numerous occasions in the past without a ruling diagnosis and resolution of her symptoms. CT scan suggested a mass invading the right hemi-diaphragm, lower lung and the right lobe of the liver. Liver biopsy suggested small cores of benign endometrial glands and stroma-endometriosis.