Use Of Hysteroscope In Endometrial Cancer

Dr. Farwa Batool, Dr. Wardah Sultan, Dr. Areeba Zulfiqar
2018 Zenodo  
Objective: Our research was aimed at the determination of the endometrial hyperplasia hysteroscopic appearance in women with the definite endometrial hyperplasia diagnosis. Methodology: Research was held at Jinnah Hospital Lahore in the time span of February, 2015 to June, 2017 on a sample of 50 women who experienced hysteroscopy with endometrium (eye direct biopsy). In 93.5 percent cases hysteroscopy was associated with the abnormal bleeding of uterine. For the histological evaluation the
more » ... evaluation the samples were sent to the concerned department. We diagnosed pathologic in five cases out of the total sample with the endometrial hyperplasia diagnosis. We also reviewed the hysteroscopic features of these 5 cases in our research study. Results: We observed in a case of simple cystic hyperplasia a view of the cystic bizarre which was also obvious. In the second, third and fourth case abnormal view was observed as minimal hysteroscopic. Fifth case was of endometrial hyperplasia observed with atypia, the white endometrial elevations were obvious in the lining of the endometrial. Conclusions: Space occupying lesions can be produced by the endometrial hyperplasia with an easy hysteroscopy diagnosis, in the early stage it is not very obvious specially in an early level of the disease. All the five cases we observed a reduction in the white area or an absence of the vascularity in all these five cases. Key Words: Endometrial hyperplasia, Hysteroscopy and White lesion.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1286238 fatcat:tsr5vk4zarf37isn5lm6mb2k3q