Marta Palamas

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In patients with accessory gland infections or subjects who have sperm antibodies in their semen, the presence of macrophages with phagocytic activity on ejaculated spermatozoa is significant. Light microscopy cannot certify phagocytosis because it does not give a three-dimensional view of the cells and can lead one to mistake superficial adherence of the(More)
OBJECTIVES To establish the cytological criteria to identify the urothelial cells in cervical smears in order to avoid mistakes in the cytological diagnosis. MATERIALS AND METHODS Cervical smears from 34 post menopausal women with vesicovaginal fistulas, advanced bladder prolapse and genital erosive lichen planes (vulvar kraurosis) (Group 1) and(More)
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