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In this lecture ´´Benign Lesions of Cervix´´ is explained. Section one is about ‘‘Cervical Ectopy’’. At first educator defines cervical ectopy. After that its etiology is discussed. Then pathogenesis is pursued. This is followed by clinical features. Moreover, signs are reported. Subsequently, differential diagnosis is carried out. Lastly, management is highlighted.
Eversion and Cervical Tear
Section two is about ‘’Eversion and Cervical Tear’’. Initially, eversion (ectropion) is elaborated. In the next few slides cervical tear is discussed.
Section three is about ‘’Cervical Stenosis’’. The first slide of this section is the elucidation of cervical stenosis. After that causes are reported. At last, information about treatment is revealed.
Section four is about ‘’Cervical Cyst’’. In this section, educator basically delivers comprehensive information on various kinds of cysts. First of all, cervical cyst is explained. Next focus is nabothian cysts. This is followed by illustration of endometriotic cysts. After that mesonephric cysts are discussed. Finally, treatment is pursued.
Elongation of Cervix
Section five is about ‘’Elongation of Cervix’’. Educator sheds light on elongation of cervix. Then its causes are discussed. Afterwards its symptoms are reported. Lastly, treatment is focused.