cervical carcinoma



Question Number 1179
Question:
A 48 year old woman visits her physician for a check-up. As part of a screening test for cervical carcinoma the doctor uses a speculum and a small wooden spatula to take a sample of cells from the transitional zone of the the cervix. The cells are placed on a slide, stained and sent to the laboratory. He later receives the result which is worrying. This result is likely to state that:
a) there are atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance
b) there are atypical squamous cells
c) there are atypical columnar cells
d) there are cells containing herpes simplex virus 2
e) there are cells containing human papilloma virus


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