In this paper the Author describes the morphological and the immunohistochemical features of the most common lesions of the cervix, which can be mistaken for neoplastic malignancies (pseudoneoplastic lesions), on microscopic examination.The lesions discussed in this paper represent physiological changes and benign reactive lesions that are the consequences of hormone stimulation or inflammation, which occur in the cervix. In the cervix there are many lesions which can mimic epithelial malignancies adn here the Author demonstrates that morphological, clinical data and immunohistochemical features are all useful for an accurate differential pathological diagnosis

Benign epithelial lesions of the cervix, which can be mistaken as epithelial neoplastic malignancies: Morphological and immunohistochemical analysis / Giordano, G. - In: CLINICS OF ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 2640-1037. - 1:6(2018), pp. 1-6.

Benign epithelial lesions of the cervix, which can be mistaken as epithelial neoplastic malignancies: Morphological and immunohistochemical analysis

Giordano G
2018

Abstract

In this paper the Author describes the morphological and the immunohistochemical features of the most common lesions of the cervix, which can be mistaken for neoplastic malignancies (pseudoneoplastic lesions), on microscopic examination.The lesions discussed in this paper represent physiological changes and benign reactive lesions that are the consequences of hormone stimulation or inflammation, which occur in the cervix. In the cervix there are many lesions which can mimic epithelial malignancies adn here the Author demonstrates that morphological, clinical data and immunohistochemical features are all useful for an accurate differential pathological diagnosis
Benign epithelial lesions of the cervix, which can be mistaken as epithelial neoplastic malignancies: Morphological and immunohistochemical analysis / Giordano, G. - In: CLINICS OF ONCOLOGY. - ISSN 2640-1037. - 1:6(2018), pp. 1-6.
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