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Ligneous Cervicitis: Rare Cause of Infertility Mimicking Cervical Adenocarcinoma: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Authors:  Nataniele Piol, M.D., Chiara Trambaiolo Antonelli, M.D., Bruno Spina, M.D., Carlo Toncini, M.D., Valentina Ghirardi, M.D., Daniela Gerbaldo, M.D., Silvestro Carinelli, M.D., and Valerio G. Vellone, M.D., Ph.D.
  To the Editors: We hereby present the case of a 32-year-old woman who was referred to our gynecological department (Polyclinic Hospital San Martino, Genoa) for postcoital bleeding. She had 2 previous pregnancies, 1 of which resulted in a spontaneous abortion, and therefore she was undergoing investigation for secondary infertility. Her past medical history was unremarkable, and all her previous cervical smears and HPV viral tests (Hybrid Capture 2) were negative. At colposcopic
Keywords:  cervicitis, cervix, cervix adenocarcinoma, infertility, ligneous cervicitis, multidisciplinary team, uterine cervicitis
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