Clinical and morphological correlations in early diagnosis of endometrial cancer

Vol. 59 No. 2, 2018


Adrian Neacsu, Madalina Lucia Marcu, Catalina Diana Stanica, Anca Daniela Braila, Irina Pacu, Raluca Gabriela Ioan, Cicerone Catalin Grigorescu, Cringu Antoniu Ionescu

The prevalence of endometrial cancer among asymptomatic women is rather reduced also due to the absence of a cost-efficient test, as there are no ideal screening examinations for endometrial cancer. Several methods were proposed in medical practice to discover endometrial neoplasia at an early stage, among which: endometrial biopsy, endovaginal ultrasound, targeted biopsy hysteroscopy. This study was made on a group of 38 patients monitored for metrorrhagia in the interval between July 1, 2014-July 1, 2016. All patients were monitored clinically and by ultrasound, endometrium samples were taken by biopsied uterine curettage, and a histopathological examination was performed, completed by immunomarking, whenever necessary. The clinical and paraclinical methods allowed for the creation of a protocol by which patients were monitored. This protocol allowed for the modulation and effectiveness of the treatment, establishing the best therapeutic conduct and the remote supervision.

Corresponding author: Anca Daniela Braila, Lecturer, MD, PhD; e-mail:; Irina Pacu, Lecturer, MD, PhD; e-mail:

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