Uterus - Necrosis should be diagnosed and graded. If the necrosis is secondary to another lesion, such as inflammation, it should not be diagnosed separately unless warranted by severity. Lesions secondary to necrosis, such as inflammation or hemorrhage, should not be diagnosed separately unless warranted by severity. The pathologist should note in the pathology narrative if the necrosis is thought to represent an infarct.
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