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Fig. 1 | Diagnostic Pathology

Fig. 1

From: Benign intestinal glandular lesions in the vagina: a possible correlation with implantation

Fig. 1

Intestinal glands in the benign vaginal lesions. The polypoid lesions in case 1 and 2 are histologically identical to that of colorectal mucosal prolapse a. b depicts the presence of squamous epithelium in the polyps. The transitional epithelium mimicking “anal transformational zone” in the rectal-anal canal junction is shown in c. Intestinal glands from case 3 is given in d. (H&E staining, original magnifications: A 2.5*10; B,C,D 10*10)

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