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Conization: carcinoma in situ (CIS) associated with an early stromal invasion (circle). The CIS is localized between the arrows (anterior and posterior lips). For staging see the glossary.
Early stromal invasion: conization, presence of an early stromal invasion at the base of a gland (mature neoplastic squamous cells). Invasion demarcated by a lymphocytic infiltrate (circle).
Early stromal invasion: conization, invasion demarcated by a lymphocytic infiltrate.
Early stromal invasion: conization, endocervical margin involvement, early stromal invasion originating from a gland (arrow).
Early stromal invasion demarcated by a lymphocytic infiltrate.
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