Cervical polyps


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Cervical polyps

Growths originating from the surface of the cervix or endocervical canal. These small, fragile growths hang from a stalk and protrude through the cervical opening (the os).
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Cervical polyp is very rare condition to encounter in pregnancy.
A large cervical polyp in pregnancy can be an underlying cause of preterm labor.
If the tumor originates from the cervix, the tumor is commonly seen as a polypoid tissue protruding from the external cervical ostium like a cervical polyp on gross evaluation (3,4).
Mullerian adenosaroma of the cervix with sarcomatous overgrowth and heterologous elements presenting as a recurrent cervical polyp. Case Rep Obstet Gynecol 2012;2012:358302.
Many women have bacterial vaginosis or some other vaginal or cervical infection; severe vulvovaginal atrophy; pelvic floor problems, including urinary incontinence; cervical polyps; vaginal wall cysts and growths; uterine fibroids; adnexal/ovarian enlargement for noncancerous reasons; and/or vulvar skin disorders.
Cervical Polyps. Cervical polyps are not an infrequent incidental finding during speculum exams and can be a source of postcoital bleeding secondary to cervical trauma with intercourse.
Lichtig, "Mullerian adenosarcoma presenting as cervical polyps: a report of seven cases and review of the literature," Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
Ambulatory removal of cervical polyps under colposcopy.
CERVICAL polyps are benign lumps that arise from the lining of the cervix.
The cause of cervical polyps is uncertain, but they are often associated with inflammation of the cervix.
Inclusion criteria for the study were-Patients undergoing vaginal hysterectomy for Dysfunctional uterine bleeding, fibroid uterus less than 16 weeks, cervical polyps, cervical dysplasia, pelvic inflammatory disease with mobile uterus, cases with previous surgeries like caesarean section, myomectomy, ovarian cystectomy, adenomyosis, recurrent post-menopausal bleeding without any evidence of malignancy and genital prolapse.
INTRODUCTION: Cervical polyps are polypoidal growths from the cervix often look like bulbs on thin stems.