Over the next 2 months we will shine a light on some interesting pathology case reports that have been published over the years. Each week we'll be showcasing an article together with a link to some questions and answers to help you in your education.
Case 3: Mistaken identity: endometrial or rectal cancer?
- Which types of endometrial cancers are biologically more aggressive and ‘high grade’?
- The presented case emphasises the importance of clinicopathologic cooperation. In addition to the clinical findings and histopathologic appearances, what immunostains may help in differentiating a colorectal carcinoma from endometrial adenocarcinoma?
- How might an endometrial adenocarcinoma be pathologically differentiated from an endocervical adenocarcinoma infiltrating the uterine cavity?