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A novel cause of postmenopausal bleeding in an immunosuppressed patient

Summary

Malakoplakia is a rare histiocytic disease first described in 1902 by Michaelis and Gutmann. It is associated with host immunocompromise including chronic inflammatory conditions, infectious conditions or malnutrition. Here, we report the case of uterine malakoplakia as a rare cause of postmenopausal bleeding in an immunocompromised patient.

  • transplantation
  • pathology
  • gynecological cancer
  • menopause (including hrt)

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