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A woman was admitted to hospital with extensive malignant growth in vagina of more than eighteen months' standing. The growth sprang from the cervix and filled the vagina without involving it. It was treated by preliminary scarping, and then by abdominal panhysterectomy, with recovery. The growth was found to be malignant adenoma with very extensive formation of small cysts.