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The Korean Journal of Pathology 1984;18(1): 74-78.
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Adenomatoid Tumor of the Uterus
In 1945 Golden & Ash proposed the term "adenomatoid tumor" for certain distinctive neoplasms of the genital tract. Adenomatoid tumor of the female genital tract occurs frequently in uterus, fallopian tube, ovary and parovariu. Adematoid tumors arising in the uterus are not well-recognized and are sometimes mistaken for other neoplasms. Recently, we experienced 5 cases of adenomatoid tumor of the uterus which are found by chance. They were small nodular lesions (1.5~3.0㎝) with well demarcated margin in the subserosa of the uterus. Microscopically, they show small anastomosing gland-like spaces lined by coboidal or flat cells. Some ara eshows dilated pseudo-vascular channels interspersed among bundles of myometrial smooth muscle.
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