Atlas of pathology for medical students
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Patology of the uterine body
Skip to content. Search for books, journals or webpages All Pages Books Journals. Type 1 cancers are usually low-grade, have an endometrioid appearance and are associated with hyperplasia in the adjacent endometrium. Type 2 usually consists of high-grade, serous or clear cell tumors and is not associated with endometrial hyperplasia.
bamonsscameqlo.cf Histologic grade in endometrial cancers is defined on the basis of tubular differentiation and nuclear pleomorphism. Well-differentiated Grade 1 endometrial cancers show uniform oval nuclei with evenly dispersed chromatin and a solid tumor growth pattern without lumen formation only in a small fraction of the tumor. Stage I cancers are limited to the uterine corpus or body.
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Selected images that depict classical immunophenotypes are also presented and discussed. The Atlas of Uterine Pathology serves as a very useful resource to practitioners and trainees of uterine surgical pathology, as well as to clinicians and investigators interested in the morphology of uterine diseases.
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