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download high-res image click on thumbnail to view image details histogram available Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note).
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells correlate with the menstrual history provided.
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Endometrial cells are present in a woman >= 40 years of age. Negative for squamous intraepithelial lesion. (See Note)
Note: Endometrial cells after age 40, particularly out of phase or after menopause may be associated with benign endometrium, hormonal alterations and less commonly, endometrial /uterine abnormalities. Clinical correlation is recommended
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