Introduction to Miscellaneous Gynecologic Abnormalities...Emergency
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Noncancerous (benign) gynecologic growths include cysts polyps and myomas. Noncancerous growths can develop on the vulva (the area containing the external genital organs) or in the vagina uterus or ovaries.
Cysts are closed sacs that are separate from the tissue around them. They often contain fluid or semisolid material. Cysts that commonly occur in the genital organs include the following:
Bartholin gland cysts
Inclusion and epidermal cysts
Skene duct cysts
Occasionally cysts or tumors in an ovary can cause the ovary to twist—a disorder called adnexal torsion.
Rarely certain gynecologic growths become cancerous.
Other gynecologic abnormalities include
Adenomyosis: Tissue from glands in the lining of the uterus form a growth in the wall of the uterus
Cervical stenosis: Narrowing of the passageway through the lower part of the uterus (cervix) to the larger upper part (body)