Mirror lesion at hysteroscopy.

Abstract

A 50-year-old woman with menometrorrhagia was referred for hysteroscopy. A 20-mm polyp was seen arising from the anterior uterine wall. The polyp was unremarkable except that its external surface appeared bright red (Fig. 1). However, an area over the posterior uterine cavity wall, which was in apposition with the polyp, appeared bright red in a well-circumscribed area (Fig. 2), and for the sake of illustration this area is termed as ‘‘mirror lesion.’’ ‘‘Mirror lesion’’ was rounded, confirming to the shape of the polyp, it had well-defined sharp margins, and its bright red texture differentiated it from the surrounding endometrium. The entire polyp

DOI: 10.1016/j.jmig.2008.06.003

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@article{Kumar2008MirrorLA, title={Mirror lesion at hysteroscopy.}, author={Atul Kumar}, journal={Journal of minimally invasive gynecology}, year={2008}, volume={15 6}, pages={662} }