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Inflammatory ectocervix including parakeratotic cells (arrows) and an intermediate cell with one enlarged nucleus. (obj. 20x)



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Reviewer: Fisnik Kurshumliu

ASCUS ?

Regarding the cell at 2.00 o'clock...the nucleus is 2-3 times bigger in comparison to that of a normal intermediate cell therefore in combination with parakeratotic cells present, I'm more in favor of ASCUS. I would recommend colposcopy in this case.
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Reviewer: JAOUAD TAZI SIDQUI

ASC US

La cellule en haut a droite.... tres gros noyau
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