EIN diagnosis library is a series of 50 endometrial biopsies with clinical
outcome data that have been diagnosed by WHO hyperplasia, and EIN (objective
morphometry, subjective pathologist) criteria. Many cases appear as
illustrative examples in the WHO
hyperplasia-EIN concordance section of this website.
Data Included in the
EIN Diagnosis Library:
1)Images of 50 endometria diagnosed as "hyperplasia"
2)Original diagnostic classification using WHO hyperplasia system
3)Diagnostic Classification by subjective EIN criteria.
4)Histomorphometry analysis by D-Score (D-Score <1 is generally an EIN).
5)Comments on diagnostic problems and issues for the case
Cases from the EIN Diagnosis Library are kindly supplied by Dr. Jan P.A.
Baak (SIR Hospital, Stavanger, Norway). They are a subset of a case
series previously published by Dr. Baak1.
1)Baak JPA, Nauta J, Wisse-Brekelmans E, Bezemer P.
Architectural and nuclear morphometrical features together are more important
prognosticators in endometrial hyperplasias than nuclear morphometrical
features alone. J Pathol 1988;