endocervical


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endocervical

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Additionally, it is indicated for use with urine, vaginal and endocervical specimens from symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.
The assay is a nucleic acid amplification test, which can detect the bacterium in urine, as well as urethral, penile meatal, endocervical, or vaginal swab samples.
This review will cover classification of endocervical adenocarcinomas, associated precursor lesions, pathogenesis, and the latest available data of molecular and immunohistochemical findings.
Methods: Microscopical detection in Gram-stained smear and isolation by culture in Thayer-Martin medium were done for 60 clinically suspected gonorrhea patients using urethral discharge or prostatic secretion for male and endocervical secretion for female.
It is also called cesarean scar defect as the problem can occur at the endocervical canal or in the area in the lower uterine section.
She was diagnosed to have a large endocervical polyp and managed conservatively until 38 weeks gestation when polypectomy was performed.
The detection of malignancy was increased with intrauterine sampling with a Tao brush over endocervical sampling with a Pap brush: 93 percent of 123 patients with endometrial cancer and 45 percent of 51 with ovarian cancer were positive; none of the samples from 125 women without cancer were positive.
More than twenty years later cervicitis is no longer ignored but still misunderstood, mainly because of controversial clinical and microscopic diagnostic criteria [2].Two major diagnostic signs characterize clinical cervicitis: (1) a purulent or mucopurulent endocervical exudate visible in the endocervical canal or by an endocervical swab specimen and (2) sustained endocervical bleeding easily induced by gentle passage of a cotton swab through the cervical os.
Tuzlali, "Hamartomatous endocervical polyp with heterologous mesenchymal tissue," Pathology International, vol.
-- Pathologic findings from preoperative endocervical sampling were fairly consistent with the underlying pathologies identified at trachelectomy, based on a single-center, retrospective chart review presented at the AAGL Global Congress.
Acquired causes include senile atrophy of the endocervical canal, scarring of the isthmus by synechiae, radiation and endocervical malignancy or due to surgical procedures such as cone biopsy.
In this report, we present a MA originating from the endocervical canal with sarcomatous overgrowth including heterologous elements and ovarian metastasis in a young woman.