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General: primary referencesgeneralPapliquid basedDiff-QuikBethesda system

Competency assessment: overviewnormal cytologybenign cellular changesorganismseffects of therapeutic agentspregnancymisc non-neoplasticepithelial cell abnormalitiesglandular cell abnormalitiesHPVPap test screening guidelinesPap test management guidelinesliquid-based PapBethesda systempractice monitors

Normal / benign / non-neoplastic: benign features-generaladenomyomaadenosisair drying artifactArias-Stella reactionatrophyatypical polypoid adenomyomaBarr bodyblue blobsciliacornflakesdecidual reactiondegenerationendocervical cellsendocervical polypendometrial cellsendometrial polypendometriosisendosalpingiosis / tubal metaplasiaeosinophilsexodusflorid ectopyhistiocyteshyperkeratosisinsect partsintermediate squamous cellsleiomyomalobular endocervical hyperplasialower uterine segment endometriumlubricantlymphocytesmale cellsmaturation indexmesonephric hyperplasiamesonephric remnantsmicroglandular hyperplasianavicular cellsneutrophilsparabasal cellsparakeratosisPM cellspost-hysterectomypsammoma bodiesrepairsmall blue cellssquamous cellssquamous metaplasiasquamous papillomasyncytiumtransitional metaplasiatumor diathesisunsatisfactory specimen

Inflammation / parasites: actinomycosisbacterial vaginosisCandidachlamydiachronic cervicitisCMVEnterobiusgranuloma inguinalegranulomasherpes/HSVLactobacillusLeptothrixSchistosomiasissyphilisTrichomonastuberculosisWucheria

Atypia / Premalignant / preinvasive lesions: adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS)atypical glandular cells (AGC)atypical repairatypical reserve cell hyperplasiaatypical squamous cells (ASC)chemotherapy effectcondylomaHPVHSIL/CIN IIHSIL/CINIIILSIL/CIN IPaget's diseaseradiation atypiaSIL-general

Carcinoma: adenocarcinomaadenocarcinoma-microinvasiveadenoid basaladenoid cysticadenosquamousclear cellendometrialglassy celllymphoepithelioma-likemetastases to cervixminimal deviation adenocarcinomaserous papillary adenocarcinomasignet ring cellsmall cellsquamous cell carcinomasquamous cell-microinvasiveurothelialverrucousvilloglandular papillary adenocarcinomawarty

Sarcoma / lymphoma / other: sarcoma-generalgranulocytic sarcomaleiomyosarcomalymphomamalignant mixed mullerian tumor (MMMT)melanomaplasmacytomarhabdomyosarcomastromal sarcoma


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A-E: actinomycosisadenocarcinomaadenocarcinoma in situ (AIS)adenocarcinoma-microinvasiveadenoid basaladenoid cysticadenomyomaadenosisadenosquamousair drying artifactArias-Stella reactionatrophyatypical glandular cells (AGC)atypical polypoid adenomyomaatypical repairatypical reserve cell hyperplasiaatypical squamous cells (ASC)bacterial vaginosisBarr bodybenign features-generalBethesda systemblue blobsCandidachemotherapy effectchlamydiachronic cervicitisciliaclear cellCMVcondylomacornflakesdecidual reactiondegenerationDiff-Quikendocervical cellsendocervical polypendometrial adenocarcinomaendometrial cellsendometrial polypendometriosisendosalpingiosis / tubal metaplasiaEnterobiuseosinophilsexodus

F-N: florid ectopygeneralglassy cell carcinomagranulocytic sarcomagranuloma inguinalegranulomasherpes/HSVhistiocytesHPVHSIL/CIN IIHSIL/CINIIIhyperkeratosisinsect partsintermediate squamous cellsLactobacillusleiomyomaleiomyosarcomaLeptothrixliquid basedlobular endocervical hyperplasialower uterine segment endometriumLSIL/CIN Ilubricantlymphocyteslymphoepithelioma-like carcinomalymphomamale cellsmalignant mixed mullerian tumor (MMMT)maturation indexmelanomamesonephric hyperplasiamesonephric remnantsmetastases to cervixmicroglandular hyperplasiaminimal deviation adenocarcinomanavicular cellsneutrophils

O-Z: Paget's diseasePapparabasal cellsparakeratosisplasmacytomaPM cellspost-hysterectomypsammoma bodiesradiation atypiarepairrhabdomyosarcomasarcoma-generalSchistosomiasisserous papillary adenocarcinomasignet ring cell carcinomaSIL-generalsmall blue cellssmall cell carcinomasquamous cell carcinomasquamous cell carcinoma-microinvasivesquamous cellssquamous metaplasiasquamous papillomastromal sarcomasyncytiumsyphilistransitional metaplasiaTrichomonastuberculosistumor diathesisunsatisfactory specimenurothelial carcinomaverrucous carcinomavilloglandular papillary adenocarcinomawarty carcinomaWucheria

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Primary references
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DeMay: The Pap Test: Exfoliative Gynecologic Cytology (2nd Ed); ASCP, 2011
Solomon: The Bethesda System for Reporting Cervical Cytology (2nd Ed); Springer, 2005
Websites: Cytopathology of the Uterine Cervix-Digital AtlasNational Cancer Institute-American Society of Cytopathology AtlasJohns Hopkins Cytopathology Tutorial


Recent Cervix cytology / Gynecologic / Cytopathology books

Chhieng: 2010

Clement: 2013

Dallenbach-Hellweg: 2010

DeMay: 2011

Gill: 2012

Gray: 2010

Khalbuss: 2013

Khalbuss: 2013

Kini: 2011

Kocjan: 2013

Sheaff: 2012

Wilbur: 2008



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