Histopathologic features and risk factors for benignity, hyperplasia, and cancer in endometrial polyps.

@article{Savelli2003HistopathologicFA,
  title={Histopathologic features and risk factors for benignity, hyperplasia, and cancer in endometrial polyps.},
  author={Luca Savelli and Pierandrea De Iaco and Donatella Santini and Federica Rosati and Tullio Ghi and Elettra Pignotti and Luciano Bovicelli},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={2003},
  volume={188 4},
  pages={927-31}
}
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine the rate of benign, hyperplastic, and malignant endometrial polyps and whether clinical data can predict histopathologic outcome. STUDY DESIGN Five hundred nine patients with endometrial polyps who consecutively underwent hysteroscopic removal of endometrial polyps over 48 months were identified from our gynecologic oncology surgical database. Medical reports provided clinical data. Statistical analysis was performed. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING

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