We describe the pathology of a unique case of fallopian tube aspergillosis in a 45 year old woman. She complained of lower abdominal pain and lump in lower abdomen since 2-3 months. Clinically she was diagnosed as benign ovarian tumor, right ovary. Pathological examination showed dilated fallopian tube containing yellow material. Microscopic examination showed Aspergillous filaments surrounded by dense infiltrate of neutrophils and lymphocytes. Even though Aspergillous salpingitis is a rare entity, the correct diagnosis is of great importance for the indication of proper therapy.
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