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Volume : 6, Issue : 3, Year : 2021
Article Page : 187-190
Introduction: Abnormal uterine bleeding is a common clinical presentation in the perimenopausal age group its biopsy serves as an excellent clue to the underlying disease. The presentation may vary according to the type of endometrial hyperplasia and their correlation helps in the proper management of the patients complain.
Objective : To analyze the histopathological patterns of endometrial hyperplasia as well as to correlate endometrial hyperplasia with the clinical parameters.
Materials and Methods: It is a retrospective study and included one year data. A total of 125 cases that underwent hysterectomies or endometrial biopsies for abnormal uterine bleeding were recorded with their clinical history. For all cases the histopathology slides were re-evaluated and results were recorded. Epidemiological variables were analyzed by cross tabulation to assess their relationship.
Result: Out of 125 cases 53 cases had endometrial hyperplasia, 24 cases were having simple hyperplasia followed by 14 cases with simple hyperplasia without atypia, 9 cases with complex hyperplasia with atypia followed by 6 cases with complex hyperplasia without atypia. 30 to 50 years age group commonly had endometrial hyperplasia & menorrhagia was the common clinical complain in our patients.
Conclusion : In all the females coming to OPD with abnormal uterine bleeding clinical correlation should be properly made with biopsy report of the patient for the proper management of the condition, which avoids landing up of the patient into further complication.
Keywords: Endometrial hyperplasia, Clinical complains, Clinicpathological correlation
How to cite : Uniya U, Shrivastava A, Rai T, Rai G, Histopathological evaluation of Endometrium hyperplasia and it’s correlation with the clinical parameters in a tertiary care hospital. IP Arch Cytol Histopathol Res 2021;6(3):187-190
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