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Smear taken with cytobrush: a compact sheet of normal endometrial cells. (obj. 20x)



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Reviewer: ravindra joshi

sheet of endometrial cells

this picture creates confusion between endometrial & endocervical sheet of cells.
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Reviewer: A L

In response to above comment... your question solved.

Haha.... not at all. These are tiny itty bitty cells. Compare them to the size of the surrounding leukocytes or take into relative comparison, the size of these cells to the RBCs around. Endocervical cells are MUCH Larger than endometrial cells. Hope that answers your question.
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