By Grace T. McKee

This atlas is a useful relief for pathologists and trainees who've labored with traditional smear cytology yet have to familiarize themselves with the looks noticeable in liquid-based cytology, which has principally changed traditional smears for cervical screening. It comprises state-of-the-art info on basic Pap smears, basic glandular ingredients, smear styles, and irritation, reactive adjustments, and service; it additionally covers pathological alterations, similar to ordinary and extraordinary squamous phone abnormalities, high-grade intraepithelial lesions, and glandular mobilephone abnormalities. will probably be a important advisor for practitioners who desire a fast reference on cytological specimens.

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33 Reserve cells A cluster of reserve cells with spindled nuclei and no visible cytoplasm is seen adjacent to the endocervical cells in the center of the field.  Diagn Cytopathol 2002; 26:35–40.  Glandular cells derived from direct sampling of the lower uterine segment in patients status post­cervical cone biopsy.  Am J Clin Pathol 1996; 106:511–6.  Diagn Cytopathol 1995; 12:263–8.  Tubal metaplasia: a cytologic study with comparison to other neoplastic and non­neoplastic contitions of the endocervix.

Int J Gynecol Pathol 1999; 18:198–205.  Diagn Cytopathol 2002; 26:35–40.  Diagn Cytopathol 1999; 21:188–93.  Diagn Cytopathol 1997; 16:274–80.  Diagn Cytopathol 2002; 26:53–5.  In later decades the parabasal cells are smaller and more spindled.  Note the clean background seen in the ThinPrep® smear. 16, showing a decidualized polyp with cells similar to those seen in the Pap smear.  In this field lysed erythrocytes form small clumps that do not obscure the epithelial cells. 24 Neutrophil polymorphs In ThinPrep® smears, polymorphs do not obscure the epithelial cell population as they lie in the background singly or form small clumps.

Note the clean background seen in the ThinPrep® smear. 16, showing a decidualized polyp with cells similar to those seen in the Pap smear.  In this field lysed erythrocytes form small clumps that do not obscure the epithelial cells. 24 Neutrophil polymorphs In ThinPrep® smears, polymorphs do not obscure the epithelial cell population as they lie in the background singly or form small clumps.  Acta Cytol 2001; 45:294–9.  Arch Pathol Lab Med 1992; 116:943–6.  Am J Clin Pathol 2000; 114:S6–20.  Diagn Cytopathol 1997; 17:99–107.

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