Zeeshan Hameed, Usman Ali, Sher Aziz
Objective: This research work aimed to determine the association between medical symptoms, site and sizes of polyps of uterine in selected specimens. Methodology: This transverse research work carried out in the complete year of 2019 in Mayo Hospital, Lahore. The evaluation of all the patients who had to undergo office hysteroscopy carried out and only those patients which confirmed polyp diagnosis were the participants of this research work. In this research work, we evaluated the findings of hysteroscopy of size and site of the polyps and clinical appearance of the dysmenorrhea, AUB (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding), discharge, discharge plus spotting and infertility. Results: Evaluation of total 124 patients carried out. The most frequent site was uterine cavity and most common clinical presentation were abnormal uterine bleeding and cervical canal. Most commonly polyp sizes of less than one centimeter were common in the cervical canal as well as cornea whereas polyps of more than one centimeter were present in cavity of uterine. Conclusion: The findings of this research work confirmed that the polyp’s site is vital in medical presentation. Patients appeared with abnormal uterine bleeding were present with polyps more frequent in uterine cavity. The patients present with the discharge plus spotting had more polyps in cervical canal. KEYWORDS: Discharge, cervical, abnormal, uterine, polyps, uterine, cavity, association, specimens, transverse, dysmenorrhea, infertility.