Benign Diseases of the Cervix

  • Thomas C. Wright
  • Alex Ferenczy

Abstract

Cervicitis can be divided into two categories, based on whether the etiology of the disorder is noninfectious or infectious. Whatever the etiology, the tissue response of the cervix to injury is limited and reflects the basic mechanisms of inflammation and repair. Two types of morphologic changes, however, that are encountered often in association with a variety of inflammatory diseases deserve specific attention. These are atypia of repair and hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis.

Keywords

Chlamydia Trachomatis Uterine Cervix Chlamydial Infection Condyloma Acuminata Minimal Deviation Adenocarcinoma 
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