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Material & Methods
   Bethesda 2001 system
   Unsatisfactory specimen
   Sampling & preparation methods
      Smear sampling/slide preparation for conventional cytology
      Smear sampling/slide preparation for liquid-based cytology
      Staining and mounting
      Conventional preparation
      Liquid-based preparation
Normal cells
   Normal squamous cells
   Normal endocervical glandular cells
      Normal endocervical glandular cells: columnar
      Normal endocervical glandular cells: secretory
      Normal endocervical glandular cells: ciliated
   Normal endometrial glandular cells
   Squamous metaplasia
      Mature squamous metaplasia
      Immature squamous/transitional metaplasia
   Histiocytes and inflammatory cells
Benign cellular modifications
   Specific inflammations
      Trichomonas vaginalis
      Mycosis: Candida
      Vaginal bacteriosis
   Other non-neoplastic findings
      Inflammation and repair
      Radiation-induced changes
      IUD associated changes
      Glandular cells after radical hysterectomy
      Hyperkeratosis (leukoplakia)
      Lymphofollicular cervicitis
   Other (endometrial cells after 40 years)
Abnormalities of squamous cells
   Atypical squamous cells (ASC)
      ASC of undetermined significance (ASC-US)
         ASC-US, yes or no?
         ASC-US suggesting a LSIL
      ASC cannot exclude a high-grade lesion (ASC-H)
         ASC-H or HSIL?
   Low-grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion (LSIL)
   High-grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion (HSIL)
      LSIL or HSIL?
      HSIL with features suspicious of invasion
   Squamous cell carcinoma
Abnormalities of glandular cells
   Atypia of glandular cells (AGC)
   Adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS)
   Invasive adenocarcinoma
Other malignant lesions
   Endometrial adenocarcinoma
   Malignant lymphoma

Histopathology and cytopathology of the Uterine Cervix – Digital Atlas
Histopathologie et Cytopathologie du Col Utérin – Atlas Numérique

Edited by L. Frappart, B. Fontanière, E. Lucas et R. Sankaranarayanan
Autumn 2004
ISBN 92 832 2424 8
US$ 15

This Digital Uterine Cervix Histopathology and Cytopathology Atlas of Basic Reference is intended for practising pathologists, cytotechnologists and technicians. It is also suitable for resident pathologists training in medical schools and for cytology technicians, particularly in developing countries.
The interactive CD-ROM contains over 1200 images obtained from various on-going and completed IARC cervical cancer screening and prevention projects in different countries, which have been extensively reviewed by project staff, as well as by quality control pathologists.
This product will contribute to improving the diagnostic standards of pre-invasive cervical lesions in low-resource settings and will be an important training tool.
Chinese version available (ISBN: 92-832-2428-0)

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