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A sheet of normal cervical glandular cells and squamous cells. Vaginal smear from woman after a radical hysterectomy. (obj. 20x)



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Reviewer: carlos kasper

I had some cases like this

I had some cases like this before. I don┤t know explain.
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Reviewer: carlos kasper

some possible explanations

The history is wrong. The cells are fallopian tube cells. Vaginal adenosis, endometriosis, mesonefric remmants, Bartholin glands, rectovaginal fistula. I think so that aren┤t atrofic, because there are squamous cells whit picnotic nucleus.
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36 of 70 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: karima benabaddou

difficult

vaginal glands maybe,i have the same case and really it's very difficult
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Reviewer: Charles Latigo

Endocervical glandular cells post-Total Abdominal Hysterectomy

In a post hysterectomy (Total Abdominal) Pap smear; the presence of endocervical-like cells is very likely the result of goblet cell metaplasia. I always report this as: \"Endocervical-like cells are seen suspicious for goblet cell metaplasia\".
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