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By Mark H. Stoler M.D. (auth.), Thomas E. Rohan M.B.B.S., Ph.D., Keerti V. Shah M.D., Dr.P.H. (eds.)

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The stroma induces differentiation into a variety of epithelia: squamous, mucinous and tuboendometrial (ciliated) cells well as argyrophilic (neuroendocrine) cell types. 1 Epithelial types There are four main types of epithelium present in the normal cervix (Figures 1-4). The ectocervix is lined by native squamous epithelium. Microscopically this epithelium can be divided into basal, intermediate, and superficial zones. Normally there is no stratum granulosum or stratum corneum. The squamous epithelium proliferates under, among other things, estrogen stimulation, which also causes glycogen accumulation.

Compare to Figure 9. 5 Cytology of SIL contrasted with ASC The degree of severity of an intraepithelial neoplastic process is evaluated on a cytologic sample by a consideration of the morphologic characteristics of the constituent cells. Of less importance is the number of abnormal cells present. , 1953). The number of abnormal cells in the cytologic sample varies with the collection technique used. While counts of abnormal cells vary from one case to another, in general, lesser degrees of dysplasia are associated with fewer abnormal cells per slide while the more severe lesions are reflected by a markedly increased abnormal cell count.

Perhaps this is because HPV 18 has a greater disposition to integrate into the genome and perhaps because type 18 may have some preference for cells predisposed to other than squamous differentiation. Parenthetically, little if anything is known about the mechanisms of HPV type-specific cellular tropism. However, no HPV type can be exclusively trophic for non-squamous cells because, under the above model, that type of virus would be eliminated from the population. , endometrioid or clear cell adenocarcinoma.

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