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Comparaison between endometrial cells (left part) and endocervical columnar cells (right part). (obj. 40x)



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Reviewer: alicia johnstone-ball

So hard to tell the difference

I am soon to be starting a trainee screener position,and am just looking at as many pictures as i can to get ahead.I find it difficult to distinguish between endocervical and endometrial cells in the comparison picture.
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164 of 311 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: SZE KHIONG LO

The Different

Carefully look at the perimeter different of the 2 groups of cells. The cells at the RT images shows abundant of cytoplasm than the LT image.
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Reviewer: Jose Manuel Gutierrez

shape of cells

the rounded cells with central located nucleo almost always are endometrial and the cylindric with eccentric nucleo are endocervical.
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