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Old 07-09-2009, 10:16 AM   #1
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Endometrial cells in pap test

I am posting this on behalf of my mother-in-law.

My mother-in-law just received the results of her pap test and it says: Atypical endometrial cells suspicious for adenocarcinoma. The doctor says no endometrial cells should be present past menopause on a pap test.

She is 79 years old and has no symptoms of uterine cancer except she has had an unusual discharge for 3 years that she attributed to a pessary that she got around the time the discharge started. The discharge is not bloody.

She is scheduled for a D&C, but because of her age has to have a heart stress test first.

Is there anything besides cancer this could be?