Leiomyomas or fibroids are the commonest gynaecological tumours. It is only very rarely reported as vaginal lesion. It is usually treated by excision of the lesion. This is an interesting case of a 72-yearold lady who presented with vaginal pain and found to have a firm, mobile mass of 4cms x 5cms size
located in the middle third of anterior wall of vagina. MRI showed a well-encapsulated solid, round mass with peripheral enhancement localised to anterior vaginal wall. This mass was removed vaginally under anaesthesia. Histopathologic examination of the mass showed leiomyoma.
Vaginal, Leiomyoma, Postmenopausal.