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Intermediate and parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines. HSIL. (obj. 10x)



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246 of 486 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: ravindra joshi

LSIL

cells feature compatiable with LSIL
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158 of 311 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: João Boto

LSIL

The smaller cells (5 and 6 o'clock) are not sufficient for a diagnosis of HSIL. However, the large group at 12 o'clock is likely to be consistent with LSIL.
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166 of 329 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: Bibiana Bernal

i think that it has HSIL in the

upper cluster and in the 6+32 p.m.
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