Sarcoma / lymphoma / other
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● Divided into embryonal, botyroid, alveolar or pleomorphic (anaplastic) subtypes
● Usually embryonal type, which occurs in children
● Loose clusters of spindled cells in a necrotic background; cells have mild nuclear atypia, thin nuclear membrane, fine chromatin pattern, partly clear nucleolus
End of Cervix-cytology > Sarcoma / lymphoma / other > Rhabdomyosarcoma
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