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benign and malignant


benign gynecologic

Benign tumors of the vulva

Cystic tumor
- cysts Bartholini
relatively large cysts are the most common.
due to scarring after infection or trauma
resulting in blockage of the gland batholini.
- pilosebaceous cysts
due to the blockage caused by an infection
or accumulation of sebum on the channel

Solid-tumor of the vulva

- fibroma
a proliferation of fibroblasts network
labium Mayus
- polyps fibroepitelial
is a mixture of fibrous tissue and
epithelium can occur in any area of
the vulva


Cystic tumor
- inclusion cysts
due to a tear or laceration perineal suturing is less than
perfect. are trapped in the epidermal tissue cysts.
Vaginal solid tumors
- fibroma of the vagina
derived from the proliferation of fibroblasts in the
connective tissue and smooth muscle of the vagina
- vaginal endometriosis
The most common location of the posterior fornix.
bermanisfetasi as sub-epithelial nodules or lesions are
always experiencing irregular bleeding.


Cystic tumor
- cysts nabothi
seen as a cystic protrusion of the endocervical
area relatively firm limits and colored younger.
solid-tumor cervical
- cervical polyps
a lesion or tumor in the cervix are most often
encountered. is penjuluran from the
endocervix with external variations cervix or
vaginal region.

Solid tumors
- endometrial polyps
a direct protrusion of the endometrial lining or a
pedunculated tumor with enlargement at the edges.
BENIGN TUMOR myometrium
- myoma uteri
divided into three: submucosal, intramural and subserous
- adenomyosis
a lesion in the myometrium characterized by benign
invasion of endometrium normally only lines the inside wall
of the uterus.

Benign ovarian tumor

cystic tumor
- follicular cysts
because of the failure of the process of ovulation and
then the liquid is not absorbed intrafolikel back.

- corpus luteum cyst

due to continued growth of the corpus luteum or fill
cavity bleeding that occurs after ovulation.
Epithelial ovarian tumors
- ovarian cystadenomas serosum
occurs in both the ovary and contains serous fluid, clear


1. cervical cancer
symptoms and signs
Early signs are not specific like a
rather excessive vaginal discharge
and sometimes accompanied with
blood spots.

2. endometrial cancer
signs and symptoms are often found
in the form of abnormal uterine
bleeding metroragia or
postmenopausal bleeding and / or
vaginal discharge

3. uterine corpus cancer

uterine sarcoma
symptoms and signs are
postmenopausal vaginal bleeding,
including bleeding, pelvic pain,
beyond the necrotic tissue from the
cervical canal and uterine

4. ovarian cancer
complaints were not specific as
abdominal bloating / no feeling of
pressure, dyspareunia, weight
increased because there aites or