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Pathology reports?
Apr 23, 2008
So, I've posted that I've been having some problems with bleeding and occasional cramping after intercourse. I'm getting a second opinion because my doctor does not want to do any further investigating. Which I think this deserves. With my history of abnormal paps and ECC's, I'd rather have 2 or even 3 Dr's tell me nothing's wrong. Anyway, here's what they say:

Diagnosis

Part 1: Endocervix, Curettage
Benign endocervical epithelium present
No Ectocervical squamous epithelium present for evaluation

Part 2: Uterine Cervix, 6'oclock, Biopsy
Rare Endocervial cells present

Clinical history
3/26/08 PAP- ASCUS, NEG HPV
11/27/07 COLPO ECC SQ ATYPIA, BENIGN ENDO CX TISSUES
7/27/07 LEEP CX, ANTERIOR BX 1-2 OCLOCK LESION ANTERIOR LIP SQ ATYPIA


GROSS DESCRIPTION

PART 1: SOFT TISSUE: 0.4x0.4x0.1 CM, AGGREGATE, SUMMITTED IN TOTO
PART 2: SOFT TISSUE: 0.1x 0.1 x 0.1 CM, AGREGATE, SUMMITTED IN TOTO

MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION

PART 1: SECTIONS SHOW FRAGMENTS OF BENIGN ENDOCERVICAL GLANDULAR EPETHELIUM ADMIXED WITH MUCOID MATERIAL AND OCCASIONAL INFLAMMATORY CELLS. THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OF DYSPLASIA

PART 2: THIS SPECIMEN IS SCANT AND CONSISTS OF RARE ENDOCERVIAL CELLS. NO ECTOCERVIAL SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM IS PRESENT FOR EVALUATION.





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