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Abnormal uterine bleeding is the common presenting complains in the Gynaecology outpatient department in all age groups. Histopathological evaluation of the endometrial samples plays a significant role in the diagnosis of abnormal uterine bleeding. The study is planned to evaluate the pathological conditions in endometrium of the patients having abnormal uterine bleeding and its correlation with clinical condition. The 50 women’s having age from 20-60 history of abnormal uterine bleeding was studied. Endometrial tissue collected by sampling procedure such as Dilatation and Curettage (D&C),endometrial biopsies had been sent to the pathology lab for evaluation. The histopathological study of the endometrium showed Proliferative Endometrium as prominent histopathological pattern in 18 patients. Secretory Phase was seen in 12 womens, Endometrial Hyperplasia is seen in 8, Menstrual Phase observed in 3 patients. Atrophic Endometrium was followed in 7 patients followed by Endometrial Metaplasia in 2 patients.
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Author(s): Suneet K
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Histopathology, Endometrium