Olfa Slimani, Gargouri Linda, Ben Temim Riadh, Makhlouf Tahar, Mathlouthi Nabil and Attia Leila
Angiomyofibroblastoma (AMFB) is a rare histopathologic finding of the female lower genital tract. It is a rare benign subcutaneous vulvovaginal tumour. The vaginal location of this tumour is very rare with only seven documented cases in literature. This tumor belongs to the group of mesenchymal tumors.
We report a case arising in the vagina to draw the attention of pathologists to the fact that this rare neoplasm can occur outside the vulva.
In this study, a case of vaginal cellular angiofibroma was reported in a 41-year-old female presenting with dyspareunia. The case was diagnosed based on morphology and immunohistochemistry and was treated surgically.