Cystic Cervicitis: A Case Report and Literature Review of Cystic Cervical Lesions

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Abstract

We present a case of a 30-year-old woman who, while undergoing infertility evaluation, was found to have a large cystic cervical mass, shown to be cystic cervicitis on cervical cone biopsy. Differential diagnosis for benign cystic cervical lesions includes Nabothian cysts, tunnel cluster, endocervical hyperplasia, and cervicitis, whereas cystic cervical malignancies include adenocarcinoma and adenoma malignum. While it is crucial to differentiate benign from malignant lesions, imaging characteristics often overlap and may not provide a specific diagnosis. In difficult cases, definitive diagnosis should be based on clinical presentation and cervical biopsy.

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