. endocervical/transformation zone component and any other quality indicators, e.g., partially obscuring blood, inflammation, etc.) Unsatisfactory for evaluation .
Satisfactory for evaluation—endocervical transformation zone component is described as present or absent, along with other quality indicators (e.g., partially obscuring blood, inflammation).
Absent EC/TZ component · – Obscuring factors (blood, inflammation) · – Interfering. This system has been revised several times, and the current system was developed in. smears without a transformation zone component: should clinicians worry?. Papanicolaou tests without an endocervical/transformation zone sample.
Leukemia – Acute · Lymph nodes – not lymphoma · Lymphoma and plasma cell neoplasms · Spleen. of endocervical / transformation zone component and all other quality indicators, such as partially obscuring blood, inflammation, etc.). is unsatisfactory (assuming that no abnormal cells are present).
. endocervical/transformation zone component and any other quality indicators. The classic signs of inflammation are present in the epithelial cells and also.
. lesion or malignancy but lacks an endocervical/transformation zone component. partially obscuring blood, inflammation, or other factors, or partial air? drying?. Paps in which endocervical/transformation zone, or EC/TZ, cells are present.
Endocervical/transformation zone component absent/scant. hormonal evaluation not possible – cervical specimen .