Endometrial micropolyps at fluid hysteroscopy suggest the existence of chronic endometritis.

@article{Cicinelli2005EndometrialMA,
  title={Endometrial micropolyps at fluid hysteroscopy suggest the existence of chronic endometritis.},
  author={Ettore Cicinelli and Leonardo Resta and Roberto Nicoletti and Valeria Zappimbulso and Massimo Tartagni and Nicola Saliani},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={1386-9}
}
BACKGROUND At fluid hysteroscopy the presence of endometrial micropolyps (less than 1 mm of size) is a frequent finding. Although their origin is still unknown, in our experience they are associated with stromal edema, endometrial thickening and periglandular hyperhaemia that suggest the existence of chronic endometritis. This study will aim to describe these lesions and evaluate their inflammatory significance by comparing hysteroscopic and histological findings. METHODS 820 women underwent… CONTINUE READING

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