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Table 4 AGC-NOS and cyto-histological correlations (1990–1999)

From: Atypical glandular cells in conventional cervical smears: Incidence and follow-up

  90–94 95–99 TOTAL
HISTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSES* 38 153 191
not representative samples 1 7 8
ENDOCERVICAL LESIONS:
intrauterine device   1 1
microglandular adenoses   2 2
endocervical polyps 2 11 13
SIL**:
   mild dysplasia   3 3
   moderate dysplasia 2 4 6
   severe dysplasia 1 6 7
   squamous in situ carc.*** 3 9 12
squamous invasive carc. 1 2 3
adenocarcinoma in situ 2 2 4
adenocarcinoma invasive 2 7 9
ENDOMETRIAL LESIONS:
WNL**** 3 19 22
Arias-Stella changes 1 2 3
glandulo-cystic hyperplasia   5 5
submucosal leiomyoma 3 5 8
endometrial polyps 6 20 26
atypical endometrial hyperplasia 1 2 3
adenocarcinoma in situ 1 2 3
adenocarcinoma invasive 9 41 50
metastatic adenocarcinomas of rectal, ovarian, endometrial origin to the vagina   3 3
  1. * histology: biopsy, cone, curettage, hysterectomy ** SIL: squamous intraepithelial lesion with endocervical glandular involvement *** carc.: carcinoma **** WNL:within normal limits