January - March 2021

Clinico-Pathological Correlation of Hysterectomy Specimens For Abnormal Uterine Bleeding – A Five Year Study At Tertiary Care Centre

Om Bodarya1*, Atul Shrivastav2, Dr. A.S. Agnihotri3

1Assistant Professor, 3Professor and Head, Department of Pathology, C.U.Shah Medical College, Surendranagar, 2Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, GMERS medical college, Himmatnagar



BACKGROUND: hysterectomy specimen is commonest specimen comes in histopathology laboratory in day to day practice. OBJECTIVE: In this study we try to make an effort to most common pathologies identified in hysterectomy specimens and to correlate the findings with the clinical indications. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Hysterectomy specimens received in our pathology department in duration of five years (January 2011 and December 2015) are considered in this study. RESULT: A total of 1520 hysterectomy specimens were received during study period. The patient's age range was 25-75 years with a mean of 50 years old. Most common pathologies are leiomyoma and adenomyosis. CONCLUSION: In five years analysis of all cases it was found that preoperative diagnosis and histopathological correlation could reduce the number of hysterectomies as in many cases conservative approach could have been followed


Key Words: Hysterectomy, Adenomyosis, Leiomyoma.


Keywords: A Five Year Study At Tertiary Care Centre

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