The serosa is the outer layer among the three layers of the uterus. So it should be included with the other layers and contents of the uterus, for our coding purpose. It would have been nice if they said so. But soemitmes the pathologist report it so for the purpose segregating/distinguishing the mass wt from the rest of the uterus and its contents wieght for our clarification.
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