Adenosarcoma of the corpus uteri

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A rare subtype of mixed epithelial-mesenchymal tumor often presenting as a large exophytic polypoid lesion which may extend through the cervix composed of benign or atypical epithelium and low-grade malignant stroma. It usually presents with dysfunctional bleeding or vaginal discharge and less often abdominal pain. Association with long-term unopposed estrogen therapy tamoxifen therapy and a history of pelvic radiation has been reported.

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