Volume 2Number 1, January 2020
An unusual cause of postmenopausal bleeding: A case report
Sk. Zinnat Ara Nasreen1 , Nusrat Mahjabeen2
A 55year old postmenopausal woman presented to the gynaecology clinic with a 1week history of vaginal bleeding. She was investigated to rule out local and systemic causes including genital malignancy. The investigations were negative for genital malignancy and her symptoms settled with medical and surgical management. A short literature review of this unusual cause of postmenopausal bleeding is discussed here.
- Professor & Head of Department of Obs. & Gynae
- Assistant Professor, Department of Obs. & Gynae