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Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines, with anisokaryosis and anisocytosis in a homogenous cell population. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines, with anisokaryosis and anisocytosis in a homogenous cell population. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines, with anisokaryosis and anisocytosis in a homogenous cell population. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines, with anisokaryosis and anisocytosis in a homogenous cell population. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines, with anisokaryosis and anisocytosis in a homogenous cell population. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 10x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. A LSIL could be discussed because of the abundance of cytoplasm and the perinuclear clearing. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. A LSIL could be discussed because of the abundance of cytoplasm and the perinuclear clearing. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines (arrows) and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells arranged in a pile with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. (obj. 20x)
Two sheets of parabasal squamous cells (arrows) with nuclear enlargement, hyperchromasia, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 10x)
Clustered and isolated parabasal or basal cells (arrows) with single or multiple enlarged nuclei, with irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
Parabasal cells with nuclear enlargement, irregular nuclear outlines and coarse chromatin. HSIL. (A: obj. 20x, B: obj. 40x)
Parabasal cells with an enlarged and irregular nucleus (dotted line) among normal superficial and intermediate cells and endocervical cells in mucus. Inflammation. HSIL. (A: obj. 10x, B: obj. 20x)
HSIL: inflammatory smear containing many parabasal cells with enlarged nuclei with irregular chromatin (dotted line). (A: obj. 10x, B: obj. 40x)
HSIL: inflammatory smear containing many parabasal cells with enlarged nuclei with irregular chromatin. Small cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm (arrow in B). (A: obj. 10x, B: obj. 40x, magnification of the A selection)
HSIL: inflammatory smear containing many parabasal cells with enlarged nuclei with irregular chromatin (black arrow). Some cells with a mildly eosinophilic cytoplasm (ellipse). (obj. 20x)
HSIL: inflammatory smear containing many parabasal cells with enlarged nuclei with irregular chromatin (black arrow). Some cells with an eosinophilic cytoplasm (purple arrow). (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells in Indian file, with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells in Indian file, with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells in Indian file, with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 40x)
HSIL: sheet of parabasal and basal cells with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 40x)
Small groups of basal cells with enlarged nuclei and irregular chromatin, in between normal superficial and intermediate cells. HSIL. (A and B: obj. 20x)
Small groups of basal cells with enlarged nuclei and irregular chromatin, in between normal superficial and intermediate cells. HSIL. (A: obj. 20x, B: obj. 40x)
HSIL: basal cells with enlarged nuclei and irregular or very dense and opaque chromatin (arrow), accompanied by an atypical mature cell. (obj. 40x)
HSIL: one basal cell, with enlarged nucleus and irregular chromatin (ellipse), in between normal squamous cells or atypical cells suggesting a LSIL (arrows). (obj. 40x)
Small group of basal cells with an enlarged nucleus, an irregular chromatin and a thickened nuclear membrane. HSIL. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: small group of basal cells with an enlarged nucleus, an irregular chromatin and a thickened nuclear membrane. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: small group of basal cells with an enlarged nucleus, an irregular chromatin and a thickened nuclear membrane and a large naked nucleus (arrow). (A: obj. 20x, B: obj. 40x)
HSIL: basal cells with enlarged nuclei, irregular chromatin and thickened nuclear membranes. (A: obj. 20x, B: obj. 40x)
Basal cells with enlarged, irregularly outlined nuclei, and thickened nuclear membranes. Final diagnosis: HSIL. Possible differential diagnosis between ASC-H and AGC (the glandular morphology is more apparent (B)). (obj. 20x)
Basal cells with enlarged, hyperchromatic nuclei: HSIL. (A: obj. 20x, B: obj. 40x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells in Indian file, with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 20x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells in Indian file, with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 40x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. (obj. 40x)
HSIL: parabasal and basal cells with enlarged and hyperchromatic nuclei and irregular nuclear outlines. Note the abundance of spindle cells. (obj. 40x)
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