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2.h Cervicitis

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Chronic inflammation composed of lymphocytes and plasma cells is uniformly identified in the cervical mucosa. The diagnosis of cervicitis is best made on clinical grounds, in the presence of an erythematous cervical mucosa. When the inflammatory infiltrate is marked and lymphoid follicles are seen, then it is reasonable to make a diagnosis of cervicitis on histological grounds.

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Gynecologic Pathology
Room E-436,
2075 Bayview Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario
M4N 3M5

Admin. Assistant/Clerical Supervisor

Lesley Nicholson

Tel: 416-480-4009