Emergence and development of dysplasia of the uterine cervical epithelium
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Dysplasia of the cervical uterine epithelium results from deficit in «initial» cells, which disturbs regulation of cell differentiation: maternal cells do no over daughter cells, which leads to attenuation of field interactions between these cells and inhibits differentiation of daughter cells.
Key Wordsdysplasia differentiation field interrelationships
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