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DIAGNOSIS OF UTERINE CANCER BY MEANS OF VAGINAL SMEARS
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE EPITHELIAL CELLS OF THE VAGINA
EFFECT OF MODIFIED PHYSIOLOGICAL AND OF PATHOLOGICAL CONDI
95 per cent abortion acidophilic cells adenoacanthoma adenocarcinoma adenoma malignum amenorrhea atrophic atypical bacillus vaginalis basophilic basophilic cells biopsy bleeding Cancer cells found cell types cells Plate cells show cellular cent alcohol cervical cells cervix characteristic chromatin Clinic clumps cornified cells curettage cytoplasm diagnosis differentiation disease endometrial cells endometrium epithelial cells found epithelium erythrocytes estrogenic exfoliated follicular phase frequently fundus G. N. Papanicolaou granules Group of cancer growth histiocytes hyperestrin hyperplasia intermediate type large numbers leucocytes malignant cells menopausal menopausal type menstrual phase mucus navicular cells normal cycle normal sex cycle nuclear nuclei outer basal cells outer basal type particularly pathological conditions patient pipette Plate G polymorphonuclear postovulatory pregnancy premenstrual present Pyknosis resemblance seen shed slides smear of women smears prepared solution sometimes squamous cell carcinoma staining reaction superficial squamous cells tissue trichomonas tumor type Plate typical UTERINE CANCER uterus vacuoles vaginal fluid vaginal smear well-differentiated women normal