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Case 1

ThinPrep - 25 years - first smear - HPV type 16 positive.

Note: virtual slides open in a new page or tab.Use your mouse to navigate the slide and to operate the toolbar functions, including magnification.
"Screen" the slide first and, when you have made your diagnosis, view the same slide with annotation marks showing cells of interest. Click on the "i" symbol in the toolbar to locate the annotated areas..
When you have decided upon your diagnosis, click on Diagnosis to check.

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Diagnosis

No evidence of malignancy or intraepithelial lesion.

Notes: Well demonstrated benign squamous and endocervical glandular cells


 

Case 2

ThinPrep - 38 years - routine screening - HPV type 18 positive.

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When you have decided upon your diagnosis, click on Diagnosis to check

Case 2 Slide

Case 2 Annotated Slide

Diagnosis

Adenocarcinoma-in-situ

Notes: Note crowding, feathering and palisading.


 

Case 3

SurePath - 29 years - routine screening -HR - HPV non-16/18 type positive.

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When you have decided upon your diagnosis, click on Diagnosis to check

Case 3 Slide

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Diagnosis

Low grade squamous intraeptihelial lesion

Notes: Numerous koilocytes are present


 

Case 4

SurePath - 48 years - routine screening.

Note: virtual slides open in a new page or tab.Use your mouse to navigate the slide and to operate the toolbar functions, including magnification.
"Screen" the slide first and, when you have made your diagnosis, view the same slide with annotation marks showing cells of interest. Click on the "i" symbol in the toolbar to locate the annotated areas..

When you have decided upon your diagnosis, click on Diagnosis to check

Case 4 Slide

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Diagnosis

High grade squamous intraepithelial lesion

Notes: High N:C ration abnormal cells present singly and in small groups