Benign / non-neoplastic lesions
Endosalpingiosis / Tubal metaplasia
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Revised: 14 June 2011, last major update June 2011
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● Characterized by presence of epithlelium similar to that of fallopian tube, including ciliated cells
● Ciliated epithelium similar to fallopian tube
● May have psammoma bodies (J Reprod Med 1991;36:675, J Reprod Med 2000;45:526)
● May have crowding and hyperchromasia
● Atypical glandular cells / high grade squamous dysplasia: lack cilia, but cilia may be difficult to identify in some tubal metaplasia specimens; crowding and hyperchromasia are seen in some tubal metaplasia specimens
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