A Rare Case Report of Giant Cervical Angiomatous Polyp
Keywords:Angiomatous polyp, giant, benign, dilated and congested vessels, highly vascular
Cervical polyps which are giant are less commonly seen in day to day patient examination. It is called
giant when it is of more than 4 cm. It can mimic cervical cancer also. This case which we are presenting
here is about the cervical angiomatous giant polyp in a woman who was presented with pain in abdomen
and increased flow of menses since 1 month. Tissue section was studied and diagnosed as giant cervical
angiomatous type polyp which is seen very very less commonly
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