Cancer of the Uterus

Cancer of the Uterus

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...or yellowish in colour, partly nodular, owing to the tumour-like prominences projecting into the cavity, partly traversed by longitudinal folds, and in other portions irregular. In places it looked as if it had been scraped out. It was everywhere hard. On section, the cervical walls were found to be infiltrated by a yellowishwhite, rather dry tissue. This infiltration ended at the internal os. Kaufmann immediately suspected carcinoma of the cervix, and from the picture accompanying his article one would undoubtedly favour this diagnosis. Histological examination, however, proved it to bo a typical case of tuberculosis. From these two cases it is clear that tuberculosis may at times give a picture closely resembling that found in carcinoma. In our case the patient had general tuberculosis, and hence some suspicion as to genital tuberculosis was naturally aroused. On examination of the gross specimen, the presence of the small tubercles in the floor of the vaginal ulcer, the soft character of the cervical growth, the marked thickening of the Fallopian tubes while their fimbriated extremities remained patent, and the history of general tuberculosis, would make the probability of tuberculosis of the cervix very great. In Kaufmann's case the cervical growth was hard, and the patient had no general tuberculosis; hence the differentiation was much more difficult. Von Recklinghausen. Ueber die, Adenocysten der Utenislumoren und Ceberreutt df Wnlfschen Organs-Deulsrlie med. Woehensc.hr.. 1893, Bd. xix, S. 825. Kaufmann. E. Be.itrag zur Tuberculosa der Cervix uteri. Zeilschr. f. GebvrUh. u. f;n-. 1897, Bd. xxxvii, S. 119. On histological examination, there is not the slightest possibility of confounding adeno-carcinoma with tuberculosis. In the latter...show more

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