Lectures on disease anatomy

Techniques of Pathological Anatomy, Outline of Anatomy of Bone Diseases, Anatomical Factors and Stages of Inflammation, Anatomy of Ovarian Disease, Pathological Anatomy of the Mouth and Jaw.

Anatomy of stomach cancer

Stomach cancer can also be divided into two types, intestinal cell, invasive stomach, and according to the predominant cell type in the tumor. 

Anatomy of endometriosis and IUD

Copper rings cause less inflammation. Leukocytes are usually concentrated in the lumen of the glandular ducts, with secretions on the surface of the endometrium and normal endothelial stromal tissue.

Anatomy of a tumour and bone tumour

Many types of tumours have benign or malignant properties that are difficult to identify but are soft tissue invasive, potentially recurring and metastatic

Osteomyelitis surgery

Osteomyelitis-osteomyelitis disease can be divided into 3 stages of continuous progression and gradual transition without clear boundaries: acute, subacute and chronic.

Anatomy of a disease of the oestrogens

The upper oestrogens ring is in the form of a constriction in the upper aorta. The disease is common in women over 40 years old

Embryology and uterine physiology

After ovulation, the glands have a secretory activity at the beginning of this stage, the glandular cells are rich in glycogen vacuoles, and the nucleus is slightly elevated.

Anatomy of uterine birth defects

If there is atrophy in a Miller tube, there will be only the hose and a muscle mass in the lateral pelvic wall, or the form of a bipedal uterus with a crude horn.

Anatomy of inflammatory diseases of the uterus

Primary tuberculosis in the lungs or in the gastrointestinal tract. The disease is common in childbearing age and often accompanied by infertility.

Anatomy of uterine dysfunction

The most common dysfunction is oestrogens cessation during non-ovulatory menstrual cycles

Surgery to infertility caused by the uterus

In the uterus, infertility can be caused by chronic endometritis, smooth muscle tumours, birth defects, and intrauterine adhesions.

Surgery for benign uterine tumours

Atrophic polyps: have atrophic glands, squares or low cylindrical cells. Glands dilate, larger than usual

Anatomy of endometrial diseases and drugs

Haemorrhage is abnormal, and has a synergistic effect with progesterone, helping to lower the progestin dose in the oral contraceptive pill.

Anatomy of Asherman's syndrome

Curettage has little endothelial tissue. Sticky areas in the uterus are smooth muscle or fibres, with a mild inflammatory response.

Anatomy of endometriosis and metabolic disease

Buehl and Vellios use this term to refer to hyperplastic glands, hyperplastic chromatin, the resulting chromatin, irregular nuclear membrane.

Anatomy of endometrial carcinoma

The glands gather together more than half of a small optical field, into a sieve, without alternating stroma between the glandular tubes.

Anatomy of uterine smooth muscle tumour

Tumour cells are round or polygonal, arranged in clusters or diluted. The nucleus is round, large, in the middle of the cell. Eosinophilic cytoplasm in smooth myeloma

Smooth muscle sarcoma of the uterus

Most smooth muscle sarcomas are located in the muscle layer, in the form of a single mass, with an average diameter of 9cm, and the edge is not clear, soft or firm.

Anatomy of endometrial stromal tumours

Sometimes cystic tumours, but less haemorrhagic necrosis. The tumour is usually located in the muscle layer or subarachnoid but not invasive.

Anatomy of mixed mesodermal uterine tumour

Mixed uterine sarcoma is the most common type of uterine sarcoma, although it accounts for only 1.5% of uterine malignancies and is a highly malignant tumour.

Pathology of cultured cells

In immunohistochemistry, the cultured cells do not secrete hormones, such as HCG and HPL

Anatomy of diseases of the nervous system

Lesions are purulent encephalitis or brain abscess. The most common sites are the temporal lobes and the hemisphere of the cerebellum

Anatomy of the cervix in pathology

The cervix is ​​covered by two layers of epithelium: the outer cervical epithelium and the inner cervical epithelium.

Anatomy of cervicitis

Bacterial inflammation is important because it can accompany infection to the endometrium, fallopian tubes and peritoneum, or cross the placenta and foetus or newborn.

Anatomy of cervical pseudo-cervical lesions

Lesions are common in women taking birth control pills, or in women who are pregnant or postpartum.

Anatomy of a benign cervical tumour

The macroscopic and microscopic form of the tumor is similar to the smooth muscle tumor in the body of the uterus, with different histological forms.