Adenomatoid tumor of cervix - IJMPO
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"A 32-year-old female presented with vague lower abdominal pain. Instant per speculum examination and pelvic ultrasound revealed a sessile polypoid mass projecting from the posterior cervical wall. No other clinico-radiologically distinguishable abdominopelvic pathology could be ratified. Polypectomy was performed soon after under regional anesthesia.

Grossly, the mass measured 2.3 cm × 2.2 cm × 2.2 cm. It was covered by glistening pearly white surface epithelium. Cut section exposed a well-defined, whitish, homogeneous mass. Its immaculate delineation from the surface was obvious, even at macroscopic inspection.Microscopically, the neoplasm was well-circumscribed and separated from its surface by a rim of fibroconnective tissue. It exhibited an array of architectural patterns: Tubuloglandular structures, microcysts, and solid sheets with focal lymphocytic infiltrates. The flattened-to-cuboidal neoplastic cells featured fine nuclear chromatin, inconspicuous nucleoli, and abundant vacuolated cytoplasm. Nuclear pleomorphism or mitoses were absent. The overall histomorphology provisionally favored the diagnosis of “adenomatoid tumor” (AT), but differentials such as various endothelial/lipomatous neoplasms needed exclusion."....

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