Cervical adenocarcinoma (carcinoma glandulare colli uteri)

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Cervical adenocarcinoma (carcinoma glandulare colli uteri)
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Case description

Case: 70 years old patient. Vaginal bleeding has been variable in intensity for 2 years. Last gynecological visit 20 years ago. Cytology results showed no suspicious changes. A biopsy was performed.


Histopathological description: Fragments of the cervical disc covered partly with stratified squamous epithelium without atypia and partly with papillary hyperplasia of glandular epithelium with moderate dysplasia. There were no obvious signs of connective tissue infiltration of the stroma. In addition, separately lying fragments of papillary hyperplasia of the glandular epithelium with high-grade dysplasia.Patient undergoing further diagnostics in the oncology center. There, biopsies were taken again - a picture of adenocarcinoma with invasion.She is currently awaiting a PET scan.

tags: cervical adenocarcinoma cervical cancer gynecology Cervical Dysplasia pelvic pain gynaecology case


Maciej Dobosz
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Maciej Dobosz

MD

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