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68 Possible Causes for Endometrial Biopsy Abnormal, Enlarged Uterus, Rarely Malignant

  • Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma

    Endometrial stromal sarcoma (ESS) is a rare malignant neoplasm of the uterus.[] Computed tomography-guided biopsy of the pelvic mass revealed undifferentiated endometrial stromal sarcoma.[] A later scan showed further enlargement of the uterus (16 cm 13 cm 10 cm) with the intramural fibroid 10 cm 7 cm in posterior wall.[]

  • Endometrial Adenocarcinoma

    BACKGROUND: Primary endodermal sinus tumor of the endometrium is an extremely rare malignancy with few reports in the world literature.[] Endometrial biopsies confirmed the presence of endometrial adenocarcinoma, and hysterectomies were performed.[] A physical or pelvic exam does not usually indicate much at all, although one’s doctor might feel a slight enlargement of the uterus.[]

  • Hydatidiform Mole

    In extremely rare instances, hydatidiform moles develop into choriocarcinomas, which are highly malignant tumours.[] RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: Theca lutein cysts and hydropic degeneration of villi, enlarged uterus and empty gestational sac, intrauterine hematoma significantly prevailed in[] Partial moles rarely develop into malignant GTD. Persistent gestational trophoblastic disease is GTD that is not cured by initial surgery.[]

  • Leiomyosarcoma

    In conclusion, primary pancreatic leiomyosarcoma is a rare and highly malignant tumor associated with poor prognosis.[] Because of this increase, patients on tamoxifen should have follow-up pelvic examinations and should undergo endometrial biopsy if there is any abnormal uterine bleeding.[[] According to the Society of Gynecologic Oncology, morcellation was developed to reduce the size of an enlarged uterus so that it could be removed through small laparoscopic[]

  • Endometrial Polyp

    malignity.[] […] for their treatment, in contrast to insufficient D&C or blind endometrial biopsies.[] An elderly woman presented with an enlarged uterus without uterine bleeding. The hysterectomy specimen contained a large, solitary intrauterine mass.[]

  • Adenomyosis Uteri

    The perusal of literatures revealed that simultaneous malignant transformation of predisposing ovarian endometrioid tumor and uterine adenomyosis is a rare occurrence.[] biopsy) to verify that your abnormal uterine bleeding isn't associated with another serious condition.[] Uterine adenomyosis is the presence of endometrial glands and stroma in the uterine musculature; it tends to cause a diffusely enlarged uterus.[]

  • Choriocarcinoma

    Pure ovarian choriocarcinoma is an extremely rare malignancy that can be gestational or non-gestational in origin.[] Cause Chromosomal mutation and aneuploidy, and history of previous molar pregnancy Symptoms Vaginal bleeding, rapidly enlarging uterus, pelvic pain, anemia, and hypertension[] Choriocarcinoma is a rare malignant germ-cell tumour, most commonly found in adult women. It infrequently presents as spontaneous renal haemorrhage (SRH).[]

  • Uterine Leiomyosarcoma

    Mesenchymal uterine tumors are rare malignancies, occurring in only 17 per one million women annually.[] Because of this increase, patients on tamoxifen should have follow-up pelvic examinations and should undergo endometrial biopsy if there is any abnormal uterine bleeding.[[] The transvaginal ultrasonography showed an enlarged uterus with an 8 8 cm uterine solid mass, partially vasculated.[]

  • Endometrial Hyperplasia

    Ovarian SCTs are usually smaller than 5 cm, unilateral and rarely malignant [ 2, 3, 18 ].[] Snapshot A 60-year-old G0 female was found on outpatient endometrial biopsy to have abnormal proliferation of stromal and glandular endometrial elements.[] However, with each of the two 6-month courses of mifepristone (9 months apart) she developed massive simple endometrial hyperplasia and a markedly enlarged uterus.[]

  • Uterine Fibroid

    malignant transformation of UL to uterine leiomyosarcoma.[] . [6] Endometrial biopsy to exclude endometrial cancer or atypical hyperplasia Hysteroscopy TSH and T4 dosage to rule out hypothyroidism [7] Treatment [ edit ] Where an underlying[] Pelvic magnetic resonance imaging revealed a markedly enlarged uterus with multiple fibroids.[]