Endometrial stromal tumours of the uterus: a practical approach using conventional morphology and ancillary techniques.

@article{Baker2007EndometrialST,
  title={Endometrial stromal tumours of the uterus: a practical approach using conventional morphology and ancillary techniques.},
  author={Patricia M Baker and Esther A Oliva},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={2007},
  volume={60 3},
  pages={235-43}
}
Endometrial stromal tumours (ESTs) are diagnosed in most instances by light microscopy. Often, the greatest challenge is to distinguish between the different subtypes of these tumours. Furthermore, a handful of new or relatively new entities have been described in the literature, which may cause problems in the differential diagnosis; highly cellular leiomyoma is the most common. In addition, new antibodies have been developed to help in the distinction of ESTs from their mimics, as there are… CONTINUE READING