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43. A 52-year-old woman, gravida 3, para 3, comes
to the physician
because of irregular vaginal bleeding over the past 2
months. She has
hypertension treated with enalapril and type 2
diabetes mellitus well
controlled with diet. Menopause occurred 2 years ago.
Her maternal aunt
had breast cancer at the age of 70 years. The patient
weighs 88 kg
(195 lb) and is 160 cm (63 in) tall. Examination
shows no other
abnormalities. An endometrial biopsy specimen shows
adenocarcinoma. Which of
the following is the most significant predisposing
factor for this
patient's endometrial cancer?

A
) Heredity

B
) Hypertension

C
) Parity

D
) Type 2 diabetes mellitus

E
) Weight –







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E
) Weight –


  #3

E) Weight


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post menopausal women presenting with features of endo carcinoma
we need to for the source of estrogen which comes from the peripheral conversion in the adipose tissue





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