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    Chronic Endocervicitis/Benign Squamous Epithelum - What are they?
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    HelpWanted1234 posted:
    I recently had abdominal surgery to clean up some endometriosis, my doctor sent two samples to the lab and i'm curious what they are. My results came back and he did not detail them very well - just claimed that they were positive for endometrosis. I guess the reason he sent them was because they didn't "light up" under the stuff they use like everything else.

    Does anyone have any insight to offer?? Here's what he sent:

    * 1 Uterus Cervix AT SC Junction, BIOPSY:
    Chronic Endocervicitis
    Fragments of benign Squamous Epithelum


    *2 Uterus, Endocervix, Biopsy:
    Chronic Endocervicitis
    Fragments of Benign Squamous epitheium

    Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!


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