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Cytobrush smear: sheets of columnar cells of endocervical. (obj. 20x)



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Reviewer: marcos saravia

Endometrial vrs endocervcal cells

How do you differentiate ?
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Reviewer: Cytotechnology Students

Differentiate between EM's and EC's

You can differentiate from EM's and EC's by the nucleus. The Endometrials nucleus is smaller than an intermediate and the endocervical nucleus is the same size or larger than an intermediate nucleus.
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