female reproductive system pathology

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diffuse trophoblast hyperplasia and enlarged edematous chorionic villi, form a mass in the uterus
ovarian cyst lined by multiple layers of epithelial cells with basally placed nuclei forming papillary projections, some cell atypia, mucin secretion
mucus-filled abdomen associated with appendix cancer but possibly mucinous ovarian tumors
ovarian cyst filled with fluid lined by thin epithelial surface, containing ciliated and non-ciliated epithelium
proliferation of basal vulvar epithelial cells with nuclear abnormalities, can infiltrate or project outward
proliferation of granulosa cells in ovary, coffee bean nuclei, call-exner bodies (gland-like structures), estrogen producing
general: chronic inflammation and edema of the placenta due to toxoplasma, syphilis, or viral infection which can spread to fetus
invasive proliferation of uterine smooth muscle with nuclear atypia (enlarged nuclei, pleomorphism) mitotic figures, necrosis/hemorrhage
breast tissue with cellular proliferation in ducts in resembling carcinoma in situ but lacking certain features
invasion by abnormal endometrial glands into myometrium, may have irregular but recognizable glandular structures or areas of solid growth, little stroma, cell and nuclei abnormali
firm ulcers with raised edges containing spirochete bacteria
ovarian solid and cystic growth with invasion into stroma, darker colored. nuclear abnormalities, mitotic figures, psammoma bodies, hemorrhage and necrosis
contain hair, cheesy sebaceous material, tooth structures, calcification, elements from three primitive layers
proliferation of uterine smooth muscle into capsules, cells normal and arranged in bundles and whorls, almost never become malignant
ovarian cyst lined by multiple ciliated and non-ciliated epithelial cell layers containing papillary projections into lumen, does not invade into stroma
abnormal proliferation of squamous cells of cervix (surface) through basement membrane into underlying connective tissue
breast tissue with single-file or sheet-like infiltration of small rounded cells
breast tissue with enlarged ducts filled with proliferation of sieve-like glands filled with necrotic debris
hypertension during pregnancy due to abnormal vessel development and inadequate blood supply to fetus, results in ischemic placental chorionic villi and trophoblast or abruption
proliferation of mucinous signet-ring cells (nucleus on edge, cytoplasm containing mucin), originate elsewhere and metastasis to ovary
pus-filled abscess in tubes, tubal scarring, distended tubes filled with serous fluid
breast tissue with multiple branching fibrovascular cores within duct
ovarian cyst lined by single flat layer of columnar epithelial cells with basally placed nuclei and apical mucin secretion
breast tissue with well-circumscribed nodules of fibrotic tissue and squished glands
inflammation, necrosis, hemorrhage of fallopian tubes, tubes filled with pus due to gonorrhea or chlamydia infection
abnormal endometrial cells (enlarged nuclei, increased activity, pleomorphism), may be dispersed (simple) or crowded back-to-back (complex)
breast tissue with cluster of small rounded loosely cohesive cells
general: acute inflammation of the placenta due to bacterial vaginosis possibly leading to premature membrane rupture
fetus implantation in fallopian tube leading to trophoblast and chorionic villi formation and eventually rupture and hemorrhage
breast tissue with fluid-like cysts, fibrosis, increased number of glands, increased number of epithelial layers
breast tissue with ducts replaced by fibrosis and irregular glands in a star-like pattern
dysplasia of squamous cells of cervix (surface), abnormal proliferation of immature basal cells, stain by p16 or Ki67
invasive proliferation of syncytiotrophoblasts and cytotrophoblasts without chorionic villi, presence of mitotic figures, hemorrhage, HCG
individual endometrial cells are normal, glands may be irregular and expanded(simple) or crowded back-to-back with little stroma in between (complex)
ovarian solid and cystic growth with invasion into stroma, contains watery viscous mucin. nuclear abnormalities, hemorrhage and necrosis

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