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Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer : macrocytosis and macronucleosis, cytoplasmic vacuoles. (obj. 20x)
Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer : macrocytosis and macronucleosis, prominent nucleoli. (obj. 20x)
Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer : macrocytosis and macronucleosis, cytoplasmic vacuoles and phagocytosis of polymorphs. (obj. 20x)
Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer : macrocytosis and macronucleosis, intracytoplasmic inclusion containing a dyskeratotic cell (arrow). (obj. 20x)
Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer : macrocytosis and macronucleosis, cytoplasmic vacuoles and phagocytosis of polymorphs. (obj. 20x)
Pap smear from a patient treated with radiotherapy for anal cancer: one small and one giant keratinised or necrotic fibre cell. The definite interpretation needs knowing the history. (obj. 20x)
Large and bizarre cell (arrow) either in an invasive squamous cell carcinoma (like in this smear), surrounded by typical malignant cells, or after radiotherapy treatment. (obj. 20x)
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