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Female Repro Path

Bakhtar-Female Reproductive Pathology

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types of Paget's Disease intraepithelial adenocarcinoma bone: xs bone resorption as result of inflammatory response breast: malignant condition with skin changes involving nipple extramammary: involves primarily epidermis but occasionally extends into underlying epidermi
endometriosis can occur anywhere in the body deposition of 2 outta 3: 1)endometrial glands 2)endometrial stroma 3)hemosiderin major cause of infertility and pelvic pain origin: regurgitation thru FT, dissem. thru veins/lymphatics, metaplasia from coelomic e
low grade squamous intraepithelial lesions LGIL, LGSIL CIN I-moderate dysplasia
high grade squamous intraepithelial lesions CIN II-moderate dysplasia CIN III-severe dysplasia
tamoxifen used as anti-estrogen therapy for hormone-receptor positive breast cancer in pre-menopausal women
salpingitis infxn and inflamm of FT 2 types: 1)acute 2)chronic=change in architecture TB play big role in salpingitis worldwide; PID in U.S.
salpingitis isthmica nosdosum diverticulosis of FT: thickening of tunica musclaris of isthmic portion leads to complete obliteration of tubal lumen usually bilateral
Stein-Leventhal syndrome polycystic ovarian syndrome follicular cysts, anovulation, obesity, hirsutism
benign germ cell tumor mature teratoma ectodermally derived frequently skin, respiratory, conjunctiva epithelium any component of teratoma can develop a "mature malignancy"
malignant germ cell tumors dysgerminoma embryonal immature teratoma yolk sac choriocarcinoma
dysgerminoma malignant germ cell tumor undifferentiated ovarian counterpart of seminoma large vesicles with clear cytoplasm prominent lymphoid component
embroynal tumor malignant germ cell tumor primitive
immature teratoma malignant germ cell tumor somatic: resembles differentiation seen in fetus or embryo
yolk sac tumor malignant germ cell tumor extraembryonic rich in AFP Schiller Duval Body
choriocarcinoma malignant germ cell tumor placental or ovarian origin cytotrophoblasts and syncytiotrophoblasts present
surface epithelial tumors 1)serous 2)mucinous 3)pseudomyxoma peritonei
tumor metastasis to ovaries most common origin from gyn system 2nd common origin from digestive tract
Krukenburg tumor malignancy in ovaries that metastasized from stomach cancer found 80% in both ovaries
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