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Extramammary Paget's disease:
intraepithelial adenocarcinoma
Reticulate bodies:
produce elementary bodies, the infective particle of Chlamydia
Koilocytosis:
HPV effect in squamous cell
Cervical cancer:
renal failure is the most common cause of death
Proliferative phase:
estrogen-mediated
Subnuclear vacuoles:
sign of ovulation
Secretory phase:
progesterone-mediated
hCG:
maintains corpus luteum of pregnancy
DHEA-sulfate:
almost exclusively synthesized in the adrenal cortex
Pregnancy:
increase serum T4/cortisol; due to increase in binding proteins
Menopause:
increase FSH best marker
POS:
increase LH, decrease FSH; LH:FSH ratio > 2
Acute endometritis:
group B streptococcus
PID:
most common cause is N. gonorrhoeae
Serous cystadenocarcinoma:
most common ovarian cancer; bilaterality; psammoma bodies
Malignant surface-derived cancers:
commonly seed the abdominal cavity
HPL:
directly correlates with placental mass, anti-insulin activity
Preeclampsia:
hypertension, proteinuria, pitting edema
Preeclampsia first trimester:
complete mole
Increased AFP in pregnancy:
open neural tube defect
L:S ratio > 2:
adequate surfactant
Estriol:
derived from fetal adrenal gland, placenta, maternal liver
Intraductal papilloma:
most common cause of bloody nipple discharge in women < 50 years old