Radio Histological Treatment of Endometrial Hyperplasia: A Case Report

*Corresponding author: Priscila F. Berganza*, Maria D. Molina, María A. P. Dahinten and Mariela S. Ramos


Endometrial hyperplasia is defined as the pathological condition caused by hyper plastic changes at the level of the glandular and stromal structures of the endometrium that are part of the lining of the endometrial cavity. Atypical endometrial hyperplasia can cause an essential problem because it is considered a precursor of endometrial cancer. The early diagnosis of precancerous endometrial
lesions and the exclusion of pre-existing endometrial carcinomas are necessary for patients’ optimal management. The following is a case of a 50-year-old Guatemalan patient with a three-day history of vaginal bleeding. The transvaginal ultrasound reports endometrial thickening suggestive of endometrial hyperplasia. The diagnosis was confirmed with histology. The treatment offered was surgery without indicating any medication.
Endometrium; Endometrial hyperplasia; Biopsy; Histological; Echography; World Health Organization (WHO).