• O. A. N. Husain


The use of cytology in the diagnosis of oncological disease dates back well over 100 years (Beale, 1878; Bamforth and Osborn, 1958).


Cervical Cancer Endometrial Cancer Aspiration Biopsy Cytologic Diagnosis Cervix Uterus 


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  • O. A. N. Husain
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  1. 1.Regional Cytology CentreSt. Stephen’s HospitalChelsea, LondonEngland

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