Endometriosis, Lesions of the Secondary Müllerian System, and Pelvic Mesothelial Proliferations

  • Philip B. Clement


This chapter deals primarily with a variety of nonneoplastic and neoplastic lesions that are characterized by müllerian differentiation on histologic examination but a distribution that is predominantly external to structures derived from the miillerian ducts. These lesions typically occur in the pelvis and lower abdomen, involving the peritoneum, the subjacent tissues (including retroperitoneum), and lymph nodes. Their importance to the pathologist, therefore, includes their differentiation on microscopic examination from metastatic tumor.


Obstet Gynecol Pelvic Endometriosis Eutopic Endometrium Acta Obstet Gynecol Endometriotic Cyst 
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