A 60-year-old woman with vaginal dryness and irritation is seen to follow-up on an inflammatory Pap smear. She denies discharge, odor, douching, and sexually transmitted disease (STD) exposure. She does admit to some postcoital bleeding. Her cervix has atrophic changes and an endocervical polyp (Figure 81-1). The polyp was removed easily with a ring forceps and no dysplasia was found on pathology.