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Uterine cervix, biopsy:

Uterine cervix, LEEP:  



Uterine cervix, at ___ O'clock, biopsy:

Uterine cervix, conization:



Endocervix, curettage:

Specimen designated as "___", biopsy:



Endocervix, biopsy: 

Uterus, total hystorectomy:



Dx. Menu -- Wording of Common Abnormalities  

Normal or Minimal Changes 

Cervicitis / Inflammation 

Microglandular Hyperplasia & Benign Polyps 

Endocervix:  Normal, Inflammation and Neoplasm

HPV Infection

Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion (Squamous Dysplasia / CIN), Biopsy

Squamous Dysplasia, LEEP or Hysterectomy

Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma  

Cervical Glandular Dysplasia and Adenocarcinoma 




       Tumor Synopsis (for LEEP specimen)
Specimen Type: Uterine cervix
Surgical Procedure: LEEP resection
Tumor histological type: Squamous cell carcinoma
Tumor grade: Well to moderately differentiated
Tumor horizontal span: Approximately 12 mm
Vertical (depth) of invasion: Greater than 7 mm measured on slide
Tumor site: 12-3 o’clock quadrant
Ectocervical margin: Positive (for invasive component)
Endocervical margin: Positive for both in situ and invasive component
Deep margin: Negative for invasive component
Carcinoma in situ (HGSIL): Present and extensive 9-12-3 quadrants
Angiolymphatic invasion: Present


(Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Uterine Cervix)

       Tumor Synopsis (for LEEP specimen)
Specimen Type: Uterine cervix
Surgical Procedure: LEEP resection
Tumor histological type: Squamous cell carcinoma
Tumor grade: Well to moderately differentiated
Tumor horizontal span: Approximately 12 mm
Vertical (depth) of invasion: Greater than 7 mm measured on slide
Tumor site: 12-3 o’clock quadrant
Ectocervical margin: Positive (for invasive component)
Endocervical margin: Positive for both in situ and invasive component
Deep margin: Negative for invasive component
Carcinoma in situ (HGSIL): Present and extensive 9-12-3 quadrants
Angiolymphatic invasion: Present


(Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Uterine Cervix)

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