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this type of proliferative fibrocystic disease is associated with an increased risk of invasive breast cancer
sclerosing adenosis
transformation of ductal epithelial cells to eosinophilic cells resembline apocrine sweat gland epithelium; not associated with increased CA risk
apocrine metaplasia
testicular enlargement with obliterative endarteritis with perivascular cuffing of lymphocytes and plasma cells
syphilis
child infected in utero with DS DNA virus - petechiae, hepatosplenomegaly, jaundice; brain calcifications
CMV
what marker do leiomyomas express?
smooth muscle actin
organism that lacks muramic acid?
chlamydia
most common bacterial STD in U.S.?
chlamydia
what complications account for the most maternal deaths in preeclampsia?
cerebral hemorrhage and ARDS
solitary, thickened, whitish plaque on penis - dysplastic epithelial cells with many mitoses, no stromal invasion
Bowen's disease
what is the posterior fornix in contact with - space that is the lowest part of the peritoneal cavity in the female pelvis
rectouterine
dermal lymphatic invasion by cancer cells?
inflammatory breast cancer
what maintains the corpus luteum during pregnancy?
hCG
tumor marker for serous papillary cystadenocarcinomas?
CA-125
initial event in pathogenesis of preeclampsia?
placental ischemia
bacteria causing amnionitis?
listeria monocytogenes