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Microscope Pathological finding in OCP taking female

A 33-year-old woman has taken oral contraceptives for a year. For the past 5 weeks she has noted vaginal bleeding that is not severe, but it occurs nearly every day. On pelvic examination, there is a 0.7 cm polypoid mass noted to extend outward from the endocervical region. The ectocervix appears normal. The uterus is normal in size. The adnexa have no palpable masses. A biopsy of this lesion is performed. Which of the following pathologic findings is most likely to be found on microscopic examination of this lesion?

A Endocervical adenocarcinoma
B Clear cell adenocarcinoma
C Microglandular hyperplasia
D Sarcoma botryoides
E Endocervical polyp
F Follicular cervicitis
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I'll go with E too
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C Microglandular hyperplasia
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endocervical polyp...
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i'm between c and e. i think OCP could cause microglandular hyperplasia.... probably c
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i will go with A..
whats the answer??
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I agree ans s C

microglandular hyperplasia would be the answer.. its otherwise known as hyperplastic polyp (pill polyp). endocervial polp not ass wid ocp use..
here s the link
http://books.google.com/books?id=L3_...page&q&f=false
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