A Case Report of Ichthyosis Uteri [post]

Zhouying Liu, Dongge Liu
2021 unpublished
Background: Ichthyosis uteri is a rare condition in which the entire surface of the endometrium is replaced by squamous epithelium. The condition often is considered as benign, despite anaplastic and dysplastic changes have been reported. Case presentation: A 36-year-old female present with extensive squamous metaplasia and dispersed normal endometrium. The case displayed with a benign ichthyosis uteri showing heavy keratinization without dysplasia. The cervix showed no dysplastic changes
more » ... t HPV infection. Conclusion: We conclude that a benign ichthyosis uteri was not associated with HPV infection.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-753259/v1 fatcat:p5gyd3qum5crrjawxbjf4i2p7m