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Carcinoma In Situ
Atypical cells residing in the epithelial layer of tissue, not having broken through the basement membrane and invading other local tissues.
A technique that enables a pathologist to make a rapid determination of a tumor condition, either malignant or benign.
An increase in cell number, leading to an increase in tissue size; commonly called tumors.
Also called Papanicolaou test; a screening for cancer using and examining the cells scraped from the cervical area.
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