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From: Clinical approaches to treating papillary squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix

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A representative true PSCC case (Patient No. 10). a. Patient No. 10 had a cauliflower-shaped lesion on the posterior lip of the cervix (gross observation). b. Papillary projections of atypical epithelia were found on the colposcopic selective biopsy in Patient No. 10. c. Patient No. 10 had a 41-mm-sized exophytic lesion on the surface of the posterior lip of the cervix (T2-weighted sagittal MRI). d. The surgical specimen of Patient No. 10 showed an exophytic papillary lesion, while the depth of stromal invasion was not great (H and E, low-power view).

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