Epithelial cells

What is Epithelial cells?

Dysplastic changes beginning at the squamocolumnar junction in the uterine cervix that may be precursors of squamous cell carcinoma: grade 1, mild dysplasia involving the lower one third or less of the epithelial thickness; grade 2, moderate dysplasia with one third to two thirds involvement; grade 3, severe dysplasia or carcinoma in situ, with two thirds to full-thickness involvement.

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Blood work results in squamous epithelial cells with 10-20 compared to the range of < OR -5(HPF). Should I be concerned? No bleeding thus far. Some...

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Brief Answer:
Squamous epithelial cells

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thank you for asking

The presence of squamous epithelial cells may indicate the...

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In my urine test rbc is 2-3/hpf, pus cells 2-3/hpf and epithelial cells in +++large numbers. Do I need to...

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Brief Answer:
epithelial cells usually cause no problem

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Hi,
You did not mention why you had your urine examined, but from the...

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I have got pus cells 3-5/hpf rbcs1-3 and epithelial cells 6-8/hpf what does it indicate

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Brief Answer:
Normal urine analysis.

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Thank you for asking HCM

I have gone through your query. Yours is a normal urine report....

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