Benign or non-neoplastic conditions
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- Due to cautery or heating of specimen during or after removal of fallopian tubes
- Also known as cautery artifact
- Marked pseudostratification and dark nuclear staining, similar to that seen in colon biopsy specimens
Nuclei dark and elongated
End of Fallopian tubes > Benign or non-neoplastic conditions > Heat artifact
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