Anomalías epiteliales glandulares y la importancia de los diagnósticos diferenciales. Estudio de caso

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Myriam Beatriz Puerto de Amaya

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La presencia de anomalías epiteliales glandulares en los extendidos de citología cérvicouterina tanto convencional como en medio líquido, con frecuencia causan dificultad en la interpretación morfológica, por estar asociadas con diferentes procesos benignos o malignos de la mucosa que recubre el canal endocervical. A propósito de un caso con atipia celular endocervical sugestiva de neoplasia, se analizan las características morfológicas y la complementación con procedimientos especiales para establecer el diagnóstico preciso.

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