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Urothelial carcinoma cells may appear smaller, pyknotic or spindly and may be obscured by inflammatory cells on ThinPrep



Urothelial carcinoma cells may appear smaller, pyknotic or spindly and may be obscured by inflammatory cells on ThinPrep



Laboratory Investigation 78(1): 37A




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