Study on Histopathological Profile of Endometrial Biopsy in Patients of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Histopathological Profile of Endometrial Biopsy
Background: Abnormal uterine bleeding is one of the common gynaecological complain. Endometrial biopsy is essential tool for proper diagnosis. Subjects and Methods: The present observational study was conducted upon 207 specimens to assess the histopathological profile. Background details of patients, the presenting complain and histopathological findings were noted. Results: Most of the patients were above 45 years of age. Menorrhagia was the most common complain (53.1%) followed by metrorrhagia (29%) and polymenorrhagia (11.1%). Secretory pattern was seen in 36.2% and proliferative pattern in 31.9%. Chronic endometritis cases showed chronic nonspecific pattern in 5.8% and granulomatous changes in 1.9% cases. Conclusion: Endometrial biopsy is useful in diagnosis of etiology of these cases.