Table 4

AGC-NOS and cyto-histological correlations (1990–1999)

90–94

95–99

TOTAL


HISTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSES*

38

153

191

not representative samples

1

7

8

ENDOCERVICAL LESIONS:

intrauterine device

1

1

microglandular adenoses

2

2

endocervical polyps

2

11

13

SIL**:

mild dysplasia

3

3

moderate dysplasia

2

4

6

severe dysplasia

1

6

7

squamous in situ carc.***

3

9

12

squamous invasive carc.

1

2

3

adenocarcinoma in situ

2

2

4

adenocarcinoma invasive

2

7

9

ENDOMETRIAL LESIONS:

WNL****

3

19

22

Arias-Stella changes

1

2

3

glandulo-cystic hyperplasia

5

5

submucosal leiomyoma

3

5

8

endometrial polyps

6

20

26

atypical endometrial hyperplasia

1

2

3

adenocarcinoma in situ

1

2

3

adenocarcinoma invasive

9

41

50

metastatic adenocarcinomas of rectal, ovarian, endometrial origin to the vagina

3

3


* histology: biopsy, cone, curettage, hysterectomy ** SIL: squamous intraepithelial lesion with endocervical glandular involvement *** carc.: carcinoma **** WNL:within normal limits

Scheiden et al. BMC Cancer 2004 4:37   doi:10.1186/1471-2407-4-37

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