Sarcoma / lymphoma / other
Sarcoma - general
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● Positive cytology is uncommon; abnormal cells may not be diagnostic of sarcoma (Acta Cytol 2002;46:465)
● Ranges from small, uniform cells in tight cohesive clusters to bizarre, pleomorphic, spindled cells with long cytoplasmic processes (Acta Cytol 1984;28:93)
End of Cervix-cytology > Sarcoma / lymphoma / other > Sarcoma - general
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