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9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

Figure 3: A panel of microphotographs of SurePath™ liquid-based cytology Pap samples reported as endocervical adenocarcinoma: (a) A pseudo-stratified strip of endocervical cells showing cigar-shaped nuclei (Pap, ×40); (b and c) clusters of endocervical cells showing feathering, nuclear crowding, and snake and egg appearance (Pap, ×40); (d) dispersed population of atypical endocervical cells showing nuclear pleomorphism (Pap, ×40)

Figure 3: A panel of microphotographs of SurePath™ liquid-based cytology Pap samples reported as endocervical adenocarcinoma: (a) A pseudo-stratified strip of endocervical cells showing cigar-shaped nuclei (Pap, ×40); (b and c) clusters of endocervical cells showing feathering, nuclear crowding, and snake and egg appearance (Pap, ×40); (d) dispersed population of atypical endocervical cells showing nuclear pleomorphism (Pap, ×40)

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9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

Gardnerella vaginalis: bacteria are seen in the background, mainly on squamous cells resulting in clue cells. Polymorphs are absent or rare. An intermediate squamous cell with an enlarged nucleus. (obj. 20x)

Gardnerella vaginalis: bacteria are seen in the background, mainly on squamous cells resulting in clue cells. Polymorphs are absent or rare. An intermediate squamous cell with an enlarged nucleus.

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Gardnerella vaginalis: bacteria are seen in the background, mainly on squamous cells resulting in clue cells. Polymorphs are absent or rare. An intermediate squamous cell with an enlarged nucleus.

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

9b. Normal cytology and benign reactive changes | Eurocytology

Normal cytology and benign reactive changes

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