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Endometriosis
A patient presented with painful periods, abdominal cramps, and irregular bleeding, and had this biopsy. What is the diagnosis?
Her pap smear is normal.
A 30 year old woman presents for her regular annual exam. These are her pap smear results. What do you tell her?
She has an LSIL. (Low grade lesion). She should be monitored and return for another pap next year.
A 30 year old woman presents for her annual exam. These are the results of her pap smear. What do you tell her?
She has an HSIL. She will need a biopsy to determine if she has cervical cancer, and will most likely need an excision procedure.
A 30 year old woman presents for her annual exam. These are the results of her pap smear. What do you tell her?
invasive squamous cell carcinoma.
Your patient had an abnormal pap smear and returned for a biopsy. What is seen?
Endometrial adenocarcinoma
Your patient is an obese 50 year old post-menopausal woman with diabetes mellitus. She has a previous history of irregular menstrual bleeding and oral contraceptive use. This is a biopsy - what is the diagnosis?
Leiomyoma.
Your patient is a 27 year old woman who has been having irregular menses and urinary frequency. She has been unable to become pregnant. You palpate a mass in her abdomen. Histology is shown. What is the diagnosis?
leiomyosarcoma.
Your 40-year old patient has a large palpable mass in her uterus. What is seen on biopsy?
Ovarian mucinous carcinoma.
Your 42-year old patient presents with a history of irregular menstrual bleeding and a palpable unilateral mass. What is seen on biopsy?
Dysgerminoma or seminoma.
What is the neoplasm?
Teratoma.
What is the neoplasm?
Fibroadenoma.
A patient notices a lump in her breast and it is biopsied. What is seen?
carcinoma
A biopsy of your patient's breast lump shows this. What is the diagnosis?
Invasive squamous cell carcinoma.
Your patient has a history of multiple sexual partners. He noticed a lesion on his penis which was biopsied. What is the diagnosis?
Acute chorioamnionitis.
A pregnant woman presents with signs of early labor. The fetus is noted to be in distress. What does the biopsy show?