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2.f Endocervical Polyp

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Endocervical Polyps

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Endocervical polyps are common benign lesions that can be asymptomatic or cause spotting and post-coital bleeding. They have a fibrovascular core and can have both exocervical squamous epithelium and endocervical glandular epithelium. Inflammation, reactive changes and microglandular hyperplasia are common findings within endocervical polyps.


Contact Information

Gynecologic Pathology
Room E-436,
2075 Bayview Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario
M4N 3M5

Admin. Assistant/Clerical Supervisor

Lesley Nicholson

Tel: 416-480-4009