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Description Condition % Correct
fetus implantation in fallopian tube leading to trophoblast and chorionic villi formation and eventually rupture and hemorrhageectopic pregnancy
63.5%
contain hair, cheesy sebaceous material, tooth structures, calcification, elements from three primitive layersmature cystic teratoma
54.1%
hypertension during pregnancy due to abnormal vessel development and inadequate blood supply to fetus, results in ischemic placental chorionic villi and trophoblast or abruptionpreeclampsia
47.1%
proliferation of uterine smooth muscle into capsules, cells normal and arranged in bundles and whorls, almost never become malignantuterine leiomyoma
44.7%
proliferation of granulosa cells in ovary, coffee bean nuclei, call-exner bodies (gland-like structures), estrogen producinggranulosa cell tumor
37.6%
invasive proliferation of syncytiotrophoblasts and cytotrophoblasts without chorionic villi, presence of mitotic figures, hemorrhage, HCGchoriocarcinoma
37.6%
invasive proliferation of uterine smooth muscle with nuclear atypia (enlarged nuclei, pleomorphism) mitotic figures, necrosis/hemorrhageuterine leiomyosarcoma
35.3%
abnormal proliferation of squamous cells of cervix (surface) through basement membrane into underlying connective tissuesquamous cell carcinoma of the cervix
29.4%
firm ulcers with raised edges containing spirochete bacteriasyphilis
29.4%
breast tissue with well-circumscribed nodules of fibrotic tissue and squished glandsfibroadenoma
28.2%
diffuse trophoblast hyperplasia and enlarged edematous chorionic villi, form a mass in the uterushydatidiform mole
27.1%
breast tissue with single-file or sheet-like infiltration of small rounded cellsinvasive lobular carcinoma
27.1%
dysplasia of squamous cells of cervix (surface), abnormal proliferation of immature basal cells, stain by p16 or Ki67cervical intraepitheleal neoplasia (CIN)
25.9%
mucus-filled abdomen associated with appendix cancer but possibly mucinous ovarian tumorspseudomyxoma peritonei
21.2%
proliferation of mucinous signet-ring cells (nucleus on edge, cytoplasm containing mucin), originate elsewhere and metastasis to ovarykrukenberg tumor
21.2%
ovarian solid and cystic growth with invasion into stroma, darker colored. nuclear abnormalities, mitotic figures, psammoma bodies, hemorrhage and necrosisovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma
16.5%
breast tissue with enlarged ducts filled with proliferation of sieve-like glands filled with necrotic debrisductal carcinoma in situ (cribriform)
16.5%
individual endometrial cells are normal, glands may be irregular and expanded(simple) or crowded back-to-back with little stroma in between (complex)endometrial hyperplasia without atypia
15.3%
Description Condition % Correct
ovarian solid and cystic growth with invasion into stroma, contains watery viscous mucin. nuclear abnormalities, hemorrhage and necrosisovarian mucinous cystadenocarcinoma
15.3%
breast tissue with fluid-like cysts, fibrosis, increased number of glands, increased number of epithelial layersfibrocystic change
15.3%
inflammation, necrosis, hemorrhage of fallopian tubes, tubes filled with pus due to gonorrhea or chlamydia infectionacute pelvic inflammatory disease
14.1%
proliferation of basal vulvar epithelial cells with nuclear abnormalities, can infiltrate or project outwardvulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN)
14.1%
breast tissue with ducts replaced by fibrosis and irregular glands in a star-like patterninvasive ductal carcinoma
12.9%
breast tissue with multiple branching fibrovascular cores within ductintraductal papilloma
12.9%
ovarian cyst lined by multiple layers of epithelial cells with basally placed nuclei forming papillary projections, some cell atypia, mucin secretionborderline ovarian mucinous tumor
10.6%
abnormal endometrial cells (enlarged nuclei, increased activity, pleomorphism), may be dispersed (simple) or crowded back-to-back (complex)endometrial hyperplasia with atypia
9.4%
pus-filled abscess in tubes, tubal scarring, distended tubes filled with serous fluidchronic pelvic inflammatory disease
9.4%
breast tissue with cellular proliferation in ducts in resembling carcinoma in situ but lacking certain featuresatypical ductal hyperplasia
9.4%
invasion by abnormal endometrial glands into myometrium, may have irregular but recognizable glandular structures or areas of solid growth, little stroma, cell and nuclei abnormaliendometrial adenocarcinoma
8.2%
ovarian cyst lined by single flat layer of columnar epithelial cells with basally placed nuclei and apical mucin secretionovarian mucinous adenoma
8.2%
breast tissue with cluster of small rounded loosely cohesive cellslobular carcinoma in situ
8.2%
ovarian cyst lined by multiple ciliated and non-ciliated epithelial cell layers containing papillary projections into lumen, does not invade into stromaborderline ovarian serous tumor
7.1%
general: chronic inflammation and edema of the placenta due to toxoplasma, syphilis, or viral infection which can spread to fetushematogenous placental infection
7.1%
ovarian cyst filled with fluid lined by thin epithelial surface, containing ciliated and non-ciliated epitheliumovarian serous adenoma
5.9%
general: acute inflammation of the placenta due to bacterial vaginosis possibly leading to premature membrane ruptureamniotic placental infection
3.5%

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