In pathologic edema (Fig. 65) the endometrial glands are widely separated and the stromal cells pushed apart by small lakes of edema fluid or diffuse accumulation of edema between them. The reticulin fibers are extremely scanty and also pushed far apart. The small lymphatic channels in the stroma are distended. The appearance of glandular and stromal cells is otherwise within normal limits.
KeywordsCorpus Luteum Functional Disturbance Endometrial Polyp Endometrial Gland Adenomatous Hyperplasia
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