In all cases, assessment was performed independently by the two pathologists.
There were only seven cases lacking endometrial activity.
This needs to be correlated clinically.
The new endometrial cells mature and become ready for an egg to be implanted.
The condition may be mistaken for a malignant tumor during preoperative and intraoperative assessment.
Often, the gynaecologist is not aware of the presence of a polyp.
The term dysplasia should not be used with regard to the endometrium.
In many histopathology laboratories, endometrial specimens account for a major proportion of the workload.