endometrial carcinoma


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Synonyms for endometrial carcinoma

cancer of the uterine lining

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High concordance of molecular tumor alterations between pre-operative curettage and hysterectomy specimens in patients with endometrial carcinoma.
They involve investigations of temsirolimus and bevacizumab as single agents in two independent clinical trials, and a study of the drugs in combination in women with recurrent or persistent endometrial carcinoma.
7 were considered to be having endometrial carcinoma.
35) The US and sonoHSG appearance of endometrial hyperplasia is nonspecific and endometrial hyperplasia cannot be differentiated from endometrial carcinoma based on imaging alone.
Patients who have high-intermediate risk for endometrial carcinoma face a 20% risk of cancer recurrence if they receive no further treatment following surgery.
Chronic endometritis and endometrial carcinoma were seen in 61-70 years.
Endometrial carcinoma may spread locally by direct infiltration as well as systemically via lymphatic or hematogenous routes.
Pipelle endometrial sampling in patients with known endometrial carcinoma.
Based on the results of the interim analysis of Study 111, the target number of enrolled endometrial carcinoma patients will be increased to approximately 100.
Diagnostic and prognostic impact of serum HE4 detection in endometrial carcinoma patients.
Endometrial carcinoma with yolk sac tumor-like differentiation and elevated serum [sz]-hCG: A case report and literature review.
Hyperplasia is found in up to 16% and endometrial carcinoma in fewer than 10% of postmenopausal patients undergoing biopsy.
The clinical importance of endometrial hyperplasia largely relates to the risk of progression to endometrial carcinoma.
These morphological changes are the basis of histological diagnosis and place the endometrium in various categories like secretory phase, proliferative phase, irregular maturation, disordered proliferative, discordance between glands and stroma, simple, complex or atypical hyperplasia and endometrial carcinoma.