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Exocervical inflammatory atypia: nuclei are of uniform shape and size, dense chromatin, lymphocytic exudate, delayed cell maturation and mild basal cell hyperplasia.



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156 of 307 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: JAOUAD TAZI SIDQUI

CIN1

Dysplasie legere.
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120 of 231 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: Jose Manuel Gutierrez

leucocitic permeation

inflammatory cells helps and superficial maduration helps to avoid the CIN diagnosis
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103 of 210 people found the following comment helpful:

Reviewer: maryanne godly



if there were no lymhocyte what would you call this lesion
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