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Identification of a basal/reserve cell immunophenotype in benign and neoplastic endometrium: a study with the p53 homologue p63.
Clinical outcome in diagnostically ambiguous foci of 'gland crowding' in the endometrium.
Hertig and beyond: a systematic and practical approach to the endometrial biopsy.
Microglandular hyperplasia: a model for the de novo emergence and evolution of endocervical reserve cells.
Mucinous endometrial epithelial proliferations: a morphologic spectrum of changes with diverse clinical significance.
Endometrial glandular dysplasia with frequent p53 gene mutation: a genetic evidence supporting its precancer nature for endometrial serous carcinoma.
Coexisting intraepithelial serous carcinomas of the endometrium and fallopian tube: frequency and potential significance.
Stromal liver kinase B1 [STK11] signaling loss induces oviductal adenomas and endometrial cancer by activating mammalian Target of Rapamycin Complex 1.
Squamous morules are functionally inert elements of premalignant endometrial neoplasia.
Adenoacanthosis of endometrium: a clinicopathologic study in premenopausal women.
Chronic endometritis: the role of immunohistochemistry in the detection of plasma cells.
Endometrial hyperplasia and carcinoma. Are ultrastructural, biochemical and immunocytochemical studies useful in distinguishing between them?
Guidelines to Aid in the Distinction of Endometrial and Endocervical Carcinomas, and the Distinction of Independent Primary Carcinomas of the Endometrium and Adnexa From Metastatic Spread Between These and Other Sites.