Long-term outcome in adult males with classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia
. J Clin Endocrinol Metab.
Previous research has suggested a few possible mechanisms for the pathogenesis of IPEH: 1) degeneration and necrosis in the manner of a red infarct, 2) a thrombus as a variant of angiolymphoid hyperplasia
with eosinophilia, and 3) pseudotumoral lesion formation by an accumulation of thrombotic material.
After completion of the CT scan, no TMJ alterations were found, but mandibular coronoid process hyperplasia
on the right side towards the anterior and lateral sides could be identified.
was the most common among the benign causes followed by Chronic Endoemtritis.
Vvj+H--volume density of nuclei in hyperplasia
positive for AR
The postoperative histopathological finding was thymic lymphoid hyperplasia
Final pathology showed inactive endometrium without evidence of hyperplasia
Her final pathology revealed nodular reactive lymphoid follicular hyperplasia
(RLH) and evidence of primary biliary cholangitis (PBC), which was not diagnosed until final pathology was obtained.
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
secondary to 3-beta hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase deficiency
The most common pathology observed in the study was endometrial hyperplasia
in 392 (25.3%) patients.
Second, the cohort included eight cases of thymic hyperplasia
with diagnosis obtained through histology in four cases and chemical-shift magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the remaining cases.
Keywords: Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia
; mammaplasty; breast implants.
Mammary epithelial hyperplasia
is classified into three distinct types: lobular (arising from the intralobular ducts), ductal (arising from the extralobular ducts), and adenosis (CASSALI et al., 2011).
(2) The spectrum of common pathologies that can be detected on histological examination of endometrial specimens from dilatation and curettage in AUB cases include atrophic endometrium, chronic endometritis, endometrial polyp, hyperplasia
(H), and carcinoma (Ca).
The five most common oral manifestations reported by the patients were lip hyperplasia
(53%), stained gingiva (47%), malocclusion (30%), bleeding gingiva (27%), and spacing between teeth (23%).