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Normal endocervical cells either of the ciliated or secretory type. (obj. 20x)



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Reviewer: Nils Lambrecht

Ciliated cells represent tubal metaplasia, or not?

This slide shows ciliated endocervical cells. To me, that represents tubal metaplasia. Normal endocervical glandualr cells do not have cilia.
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