Secretory phase endometrium
Endometrial intraepithelial neoplasia with secretory differentiation: diagnostic features and underlying mechanisms
Altered progesterone/estrogen receptor ratios in endometriosis. A comparative study of steroid receptors and morphology in endometriosis and endometrium
Basal polyps are single and multiple.
Estrogen replacement therapy and cancer risk: unresolved issues.
The place of their growth is treated by cryosurgery using liquid nitrogen.
Secretions in the endometrial glands.
The shrinking of the leiomyomatous nodules is due to an acceleration of a process that naturally takes place after menopause in which retraction with progressive hyalinization replaces the smooth muscle tumor, which is deprived of estrogenic stimulation.
To diagnose uterine tumors, transvaginal ultrasound and curettage of the uterine mucosa are performed, followed by histology of the collected tissues.