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Conization: microinvasive squamous cell carcinoma associated with a carcinoma in situ and a follicular cervicitis (star). Presence of nests of squamous malignant cells (circle) outside the normal glandular area (dots). For staging see the TNM and FIGO classifications.
Microinvasive squamous cell carcinoma. Higher magnification.
Microinvasive squamous cell carcinoma. Higher magnification of the previous picture. Lymphatic emboli. (arrows)
Micro-invasive squamous cell carcinoma. Higher magnification of the previous picture. Four lymphatic emboli. (arrows)
Microinvasive carcinoma: mature neoplastic squamous cell nests infiltrating the connective tissue 2mm in depth (bar).
Microinvasive carcinoma: mature neoplastic squamous cell nests (arrows) infiltrating the connective tissue 2mm in depth, with a carcinoma in situ on the surface (star).
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