author={Peter A. Argenta and Kristina Bell and C Reynolds and Robert Weinstein},
  journal={Obstetrics \& Gynecology},
Background Benign solid tumors of Bartholin's gland are rare, with only six cases reported in the English language literature since 1966. Bartholin's gland hyperplasia has not been described. Case A postmenopausal woman with painless bilateral vulvar masses underwent surgical removal of one of the masses, which revealed a well-circumscribed, nonencapsulated tumor composed of mucous glands and ducts within a dense fibrous stroma, most consistent with hyperplasia of Bartholin's gland. Conclusion… Expand
Bilateral Bartholin' s Gland Hyperplasia Associated with Bartholin' s Gland Cyst: A Brief Case Report
A 40-year-old woman underwent surgery to remove tender bilateral vulvar masses, which were gray/brown, well circumscribed, non-encapsulated, and were composed of an increased number of ducts and acini with a normal lobular architecture and a duct-acinar relationship, consistent with Bartholin’s gland hyperplasia. Expand
Bartholin's gland hyperplasia. Case report and a review of literature.
In women in postmenopausal age, in those cases in which marsupialization doesn't lead to an improvement in symptomatology and in those Cases in which Bartholin's gland enlargement appeared to be firm and irregular, total excision of the gland is recommended. Expand
Bilateral Hyperplasia of Bartholin’s Gland: A Case Report
A 37-year-old woman underwent surgery to remove bilateral vulvar masses and found a well-delineated creamy grayish mass with a homogenous grayish solid surface and mild edema that was hyperplastic and hypertrophied Bartholin’s gland. Expand
Nodular Hyperplasia of the Bartholin Gland, A Benign Mimicker of Aggressive Angiomyxoma: A Case Series and Literature Review
  • Yun-An Tseng, W. Lawrence, S. Slater
  • Medicine
  • International journal of gynecological pathology : official journal of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists
  • 2018
4 cases ofodular hyperplasia of the Bartholin gland are described from Women and Infants Hospital in Rhode Island with microscopic features of lobular proliferation of acini and inspissated mucin mimicking an aggressive angiomyxoma. Expand
Nodular Hyperplasia of the Bartholin Gland Increasing in Size During Sexual Intercourse
Nodular hyperplasia of the Bartholin gland should be differentiated from adenoma, in which architecture is disrupted, and variation in size during sexual intercourse probably is mediated by vascular engorgement. Expand
A Bartholin's gland with nodules and cysts bathed in mucus
The most common pathology of the Bartholin's gland is with its draining duct, and the striking features are subcutaneous free-floating mucus and nodular enlargement ‘deep’ in the labium majus during surgery. Expand
Bartholin's gland leiomyoma: A diagnostic and management dilemma
A 56‐year‐old woman presenting with a lump in her vulva is described, which initial suspicion was that of a Bartholin's gland carcinoma, which was excised and the histopathology report described a leiomyoma. Expand
Nodular hyperplasia of Bartholin's gland
NH of the BG is a rare lesion with benign behaviour that is a distinct entity and can be separated histologically from an adenoma. Expand
Bilateral Bartholin’s gland hematic cysts after cesarean delivery: an uncommon entity
The first case of bilateral Bartholin’s gland hematic cysts after cesarean delivery is reported here, which is extremely rare immediately after spontaneous or cesAREan delivery. Expand
Cysts, Glandular Lesions, and Others
In this chapter, cystic lesions as well as benign and malignant neoplasms that can arise from the Bartholin gland, paraurethral (Skene) gland, prostatic tissue type of the vulva, canal of Nuck,Expand


Mixed tumor of the vulva: A report of two cases probably arising in Bartholin's gland
Two mixed tumors were of salivary gland type and probably arose in the Bartholin's gland and a case of carcinoma arising in a similar benign mixed tumor of the vulva is reported. Expand
Papilloma of Bartholin's gland duct cyst: first report of a case.
  • M. Enghardt, P. Valente, D. Day
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International journal of gynecological pathology : official journal of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists
  • 1993
A 50-year-old woman underwent excision of a vaginal cyst containing a papilloma with an epithelial lining which consisted of columnar and stratified polygonal cells resembling squamous and transitional epithelium that was consistent with origin from Bartholin's gland duct. Expand
Pain during sexual response due to bilateral Bartholin's gland adenomas. A case report.
The development of pain during sexual response in this case appears to be mediated by vascular engorgement. Expand
Postmenopausal Bartholin Gland Enlargement: A Hospital‐Based Cancer Risk Assessment
Bartholin gland cancer is exceedingly rare in all women, including postmenopausal women, and evidence that would justify excision as the initial treatment of a Bartholin gland enlargement in post menopausal women is unable to be found. Expand
Principles and Practice of Gynecologic Oncology
Management of late effects of treatment AIDS and women pathogenesis and diagnosis of preinvasive lesions of the lower genital tract vulva vagina uterine cervix and stromal tumours of the ovary carcinoma of the fallopian tube gestational trophoblastic disease breast cancer. Expand
Current therapy in surgical gynecology
This current therapy in surgical gynecology, it will really give you the good idea to be successful. Expand