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Focal Adenomatous hyperplasia, leiomyoma, focal endocervicitis and squamous metaplasia

By Anonymous April 15, 2015 - 1:47am
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Brief about my Mother in Laws case:

She is in her menopause stage and had bleeding after 10 months. Doctor performed Pap Smear which showed CIN1, followed by cervix biopsy which showed negative for CIN1 and then liquid pap which again showed CIN1. Hence, doctor suggested us to go with hysterectomy.

The biopsy results post hysterectomy shows the following condition. No Malignancy and CIN.

Cervix: Cervix shows focal endocervicitis & squamous metaplasia, ulceration at places.

Uterus: Focal adenomatous hyperplasia of endometrium and Leiomyma
Rt Ovary: Small focus of endometriosis

Can you please elaborate on the results and what kind of treatment is needed now?

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HERWriter Guide

Hi Anon

Thanks for your post! 

EmpowHER does not elaborate on test or surgery results for individuals, nor can we prescribe treatment for a patient.  

Your MIL needs to discuss these details with her doctor/specialist. 

We wish her the best,


April 15, 2015 - 4:25am
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