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Adenomyomatous Polyp with Inverted Growth Pattern and Serosal Pseudoinvasion
59th Medical Wing San Antonio United States
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Adenomyomatous polyps are uncommon benign polypoid neoplasms composed of endometrial glands and associated endometrial stroma embedded in smooth muscle with thick-walled vessels. We present a novel case of a 48-year old female with an adenomyomatous polyp with an unusual inverted growth pattern displaying full-thickness pseudoinvasion beyond the serosal surface. Prior to surgery, imaging showed an infiltrative lesion suggestive of endometrial carcinoma. An endometrial biopsy was benign but definitive operative management was pursued given the concerning imaging.
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