Pathology of the Female Genital Tract - Part I. March 20, 2014. Case 1. Review of normal endometrium. Q1: Describe the histologic features. Q2: Compare and contrast the histology. Case 2. CHIEF COMPLAINT : “My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for the past five years.”
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March 20, 2014
Menorrhagia with her initial treatment. Why?
HypermenorrheaQ9: Define the following terms:
Polymenorrhea with her initial treatment. Why?
MetrorrhagiaQ9 cont.: Define the following terms:
Menometrorrhagia with her initial treatment. Why?
Post-menopausal bleedingQ9 cont. Define the following terms:
Arrowheads point to enlarged uterus with multiple fibroids
13,700/mm³ (reference range 4,500-11,000/ mm³)
Fimbriated ends of the fallopian tubes (A) distended with purulent material and
adherent to adjacent structures.
Serosa hyperemic and covered with a fibrinous exudate.
The inflammation extends to the ovaries (B)
The acute inflammation is superimposed on chronic inflammatory changes.