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From: Nontuberculous mycobacterial infection in a clinical presentation of Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome: a case report with multigene diagnostic approach

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Laparoscopic views of the peritoneal cavity revealed the formation of large nodules on the anterior parietal peritoneum, which were completely excised and showed NTM by PCR analysis, multiple membrane and violin-string adhesions of the parietal peritoneum to the liver (A and B), and military-like nodules in the surfaces of the anterior pelvic peritoneum, uterus, and pouch of Douglas (C and D).

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