Endometrial cancer is one of the commonest female genital tract cancers in many countries. The endometrium is one of the ten leading sites for cancer in Indian females. This cross sectional study was conducted to determine cases of endometrial malignancy occurring over a five year period at a rural tertiary care teaching institute and found that the rural Indian population exhibits some unique features in relation to this malignancy. The malignancies occur at earlier ages and occur in women with high parity. Pre surgical curettings may not be positive in all patients and a high index of clinical suspicion guides diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
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