Immunohistochemical aspects of endometrial glands in dysfunctional uterine hemorrhage

Vol. 50 No. 4, 2009


V. Gheorman, Monica Banita, Anca Patrascu, Lavinia Maria Gheorman

The authors present a specific aspect of the modifications of the endometrium in dysfunctional uterine hemorrhages that is the behavior of the endometrial glands. These glands are studied from a immunohistochemical point of view, regarding both the normal endometrium (inclusively at the age of two years) and the endometrium in dysfunctional uterine hemorrhages. The antigens used were VGEF and PCNA. The result was a different reaction of the glandular structures to these antigens in the cases of patients with dysfunctional uterine hemorrhage.

Corresponding author: Valeriu Gheorman, MD, PhD, e-mail:

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