Cytology of the female genital tract
World Health Organization, 1973 - Medical - 41 pages
Identifies cytological classification of tumours of the genital tract. Explains cells derived from cervical lesions, endometrial epithelial lesions, uterine sarcomas, mullerian mixed tumours, trophoblastic lesions and extrauterine malignant tumours.
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