Endometrial Polyp

by Carlo Raj, MD

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    00:01 Our topic now is the endometrium itself.

    00:05 If you take a look at the picture here, the uterus has been opened up and what do you find? You find an endometrial polyp? Benign, finger-like projection of endometrium that may cause abnormal bleeding.

    00:21 Usually women less than 40.

    00:23 She is going to be in her reproductive age.

    00:28 Endometrial polyp.

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    The lecture Endometrial Polyp by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Uterine and Fallopian Tube Disease.

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    1. < 40 years
    2. < 10 years
    3. > 60 years
    4. > 80 years
    5. < 20 years
    1. These are benign, finger-like projections of endometrium.
    2. These are malignant endometrial growths usually occurring in postmenopausal women.
    3. These are benign endometrial growths but have a high potential for malignancy.
    4. These are grape-like clusters of endometrial growths leading to amenorrhea.
    5. These are actually myometrial polyps projecting into the uterine cavity.

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     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD

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