Normal Endometrium & Infertility Evaluation

Normal Endometrium

Endometrium alteration with a woman’s age. During the reproductive years, the cyclical hormonal changes of the menstrual set provide a unceasingly changing morphologic phenotype that is “normal.” In biopsy specimens, the combination of these cyclical vicissitudes along with relics and limited sampling can make normal patterns hard to interpret. During the generative years, deviations from normal, either in histologic pattern or in temporal relationship to ovulation, often designate underlying abnormalities that may reason female infertility.

The endometrial biopsy is an important part of the evaluation of the woman with infertility.Biopsies for the evaluation of infertility often are performed in the office using a small curette or a Pipelle aspirator and therefore the specimens tend to be small. Occasionally.
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