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Cervix-Cytology

Normal cells / non-neoplastic findings

Eosinophils


Reviewer: Marilin Rosa, M.D., University of Florida (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 11 June 2011, last major update August 2010
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Definition / General
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● May be associated with parasites (Diagn Cytopathol 2003;29:167), allergic reactions to chemicals, medications or sperm

Cytology description
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● Pink granular cytoplasm, bilobed nuclei with large distinct granules
● Eosinophils do not necessarily stain red-pink on Papanicolaou stain

Cytology images (not cervix)
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Peripheral blood

Nasal mucosa in allergic rhinitis

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