endocervical


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endocervical

adj endocervical
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Distinction of endocervical and endometrial adenocarcinomas: immunohistochemical p16 expression correlated with human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA detection.
The Seattle group was a true screening population, some of whom were later found to have benign conditions that might explain the presence of psammoma bodies: endometrial or endocervical polyps, cervicitis, or pregnancy-related conditions.
A cervical exam and endocervical sampling are part of the recommended procedure for diagnosing urogenital infections in women.
reminds us to have a pregnancy test done before performing colposcopy since you may be doing cervical biopsies, loop electrosurgical procedure (LEEP), or endocervical curettage during the procedure.
Atypical glandular cells will be qualified as being of endocervical or endometrial origin, and will be classified as "favor neoplastic" or left unqualified.
Based on their experience, these researchers have established institutional guidelines indicating that patients with AGCUS on cytologic screening undergo immediate, intensive diagnostic studies including colposcopy, endocervical curettage and endometrial biopsy.
Endocervical manual vacuum equipment (mva) full: 01 mva aspirator double valve; cannulas with integrated adapter (rib) of 4-12 mm; 1 set of 5 uterine dilators dimension as equipment; 01 extender needle x 4 "(steel,laryngeal mask for airway # 1 not sterile,laryngeal mask for airway # 5 no sterile,creped paper for steam sterilization processes and ethylene oxide.
launch of the 510(k) cleared FemCerv (TM), an innovative endocervical curettage device.
As indicated in the staging schema, the surgical pathology report should distinguish between endocervical glandular involvement (manifested by downward extension of carcinoma along the endocervical surface, with occasional or diffuse penetration into underlying glands) and involvement of the cervical stroma by neoplasm, similar to the patterns seen in myometrial invasion.
It's hoped that by following this algorithm, we can reduce or avoid unnecessary conization and electrosurgical excision procedures in women who are truly at low risk for cervical or endocervical lesions.
endocervical cells (not otherwise specified [NOS] or specify in comments)