Reproducibility of current classifications of endometrial endometrioid glandular proliferations: further evidence supporting a simplified classification.

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AIMS To compare the reproducibility of the current (2003) World Health Organization (WHO), endometrial intraepithelial neoplasia (EIN) and European Working Group (EWG) classifications of endometrial endometrioid proliferations. METHODS AND RESULTS Nine expert gynaecological pathologists from Europe and North America reviewed 198 endometrial biopsy… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/his.12249

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@article{Ordi2014ReproducibilityOC, title={Reproducibility of current classifications of endometrial endometrioid glandular proliferations: further evidence supporting a simplified classification.}, author={Jaume Ordi and Christine M. Bergeron and David Hardisson and W Glenn McCluggage and H. Hollema and Ana Carolina Sanches Felix and Robert A. Soslow and Esther Natalie Oliva and Fattaneh A. Tavassoli and Isabel Alvarado-Cabrero and Michael Wells and Francisco F Nogales}, journal={Histopathology}, year={2014}, volume={64 2}, pages={284-92} }