ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    The investigation of abnormal uterine bleeding as it relates to endometrial pathology

    Dr. Sonu Jain, Dr. Reena Agarwal, Dr. Rajeev Goel
    JCDR. 2022: 1102-1106


    The investigation of abnormal uterine bleeding as it relates to endometrial pathology Materials and methods: Patients who had isolated endometrial causes of abnormal uterine bleeding were included in the research. The pathology laboratory received all of the specimens preserved in 10% formalin while they were transported there. It was decided to document the gross morphology. A LEICA automated tissue processor was used to treat the tissue fragments, and paraffin blocks were formed as a result. After cutting tissue into slices of 4-6 microns in thickness, the sections were stained with hematoxylin and eosin, and then examined using a light microscope. A histopathological study of the endometrial samples that were taken was performed, and a clinical connection was established. Results: This research used a total of two hundred endometrial samples from AUB participants. The proliferative pattern was observed to be the most common histological finding, accounting for 55% of all cases. This was followed by the secretory phase (42%), endometrial hyperplasia without atypia (6%), pill endometrium (4%), atrophic endometrium (4%), endometrial carcinoma (3.5%), inadequate sample (2.5%), polyp (1.5%), endometrial hyperplasia with atypia (1.5%). Conclusion: Endometrial lesions may seem quite different depending on the age of the patient. Endometrial sampling accomplished by dilatation and curettage is a diagnostic procedure that is both effective and dependable. Its interpretation may be fairly difficult, and it is possible for there to be a significant amount of interobserver variability. Dilation and curettage are two diagnostic procedures that help rule out the existence of any organic disease and disclose the endometrial patterns that are present in the different kinds of AUB


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