Close
  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Section showing dispersed atypical cells invading stroma of the uterine cervix under the normal squamocellular epithelium of the exocervix (H and E, 200). (b) Malignant lymphoid cells which have rounded to irregular nuclei (H and E, 400). Inset. Tumor cells showing strong CD2 immunoreactivity (IHC, x400)

Figure 1: (a) Section showing dispersed atypical cells invading stroma of the uterine cervix under the normal squamocellular epithelium of the exocervix (H and E, 200). (b) Malignant lymphoid cells which have rounded to irregular nuclei (H and E, 400). Inset. Tumor cells showing strong CD2 immunoreactivity (IHC, x400)