Serous papillary adenocarcinoma
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● Hypercellar smears with tumor diathesis, papillae, bulky dense cytoplasm, bare nuclei and cells with large pleomorphic nuclei (Cancer 1997;81:98) and numerous nucleoli (Cytopathology 2005;16:125)
● Also monolayered sheets of mildly atypical glandular cells with papillary branches
● Also pseudopapillary fragments, tight balls of cells resembling endometrial glandular cells, squamoid cells
● Marked tumor diathesis with primary disease but not metastatic disease to cervix
● Also psammoma bodies
Cervical tumor: H&E, peritoneal fluid
Uterine tumor: peritoneal fluid
● Endometrioid carcinoma: Monomorphic cells with delicate cytoplasm and moderately enlarged oval nuclei
End of Cervix-cytology > Carcinoma > Serous papillary adenocarcinoma
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