Talk:An introduction to gynecologic pathology

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Congenital malformation

Microscopic description

A. The sections shows edematous, well-vascularized stromal tissue (consisting of epitheliod cells with lightly eosinophilic cytoplasm) with abundant lymphocytes and plasma cells, focal multi-nucleated giant cells and abundant neutrophils. There are scant fragment of benign endometrial-type epithelium.
B. The sections show non-keratinized squamous (exocervical-type) epithelium with normal maturation to the surface. There is also benign columnar (endocervical-type) epithelium. The supporting stromal tissue shows no pathologic changes. There is no significant inflammation, no metaplasia, and no dysplastic change.

Final diagnosis

A. Soft tissue, right vagina, excision - granulation tissue and benign smooth muscle.
B. Soft tissue, vaginal ("septum (obstructed hemivagina)"), excision - benign cervical mucosa.

Muellerian cyst

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CYSTIC LESION, VAGINA, EXCISION:
- LARGE CYST LINED BY MUCIN-PRODUCING EPITHELIUM WITH FOCAL SQUAMOUS
  METAPLASIA -- COMPATIBLE WITH BENIGN MUELLERIAN CYST.
- SQUAMOUS MUCOSA WITH KERATINIZATION AND PARAKERATOSIS.
- SMALL AMOUNT OF BENIGN SKELETAL MUSCLE.
- NEGATIVE FOR DYSPLASIA AND NEGATIVE FOR MALIGNANCY.