atypia


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atypia

 [a-tip´e-ah]
deviation from the normal or typical state.

a·typ·i·a

(ā-tip'ē-ă),
State of being not typical.
Synonym(s): atypism

atypia

/atyp·ia/ (a-tip´e-ah) deviation from the normal.
koilocytotic atypia  vacuolization and nuclear abnormalities of cells of the stratified squamous epithelium of the uterine cervix; it may be premalignant.

atypia

[ātip′ēə]
Etymology: Gk, a + typos, without type
a condition of being irregular or nonstandard.

a·typ·i·a

(ā-tip'ē-ă)
Uncharacteristic or not uniform.
[G. a, without, + typos, type, form]

atypia

deviation from the normal or typical state.
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Pathologically, BBD is divided into nonproliferative disease, proliferative disease without atypia, and proliferative disease with atypia.
4%) patient each of simple and complex hyperplasia with atypia was seen in 31-40 years age group while another one patient (1.
Ancient schwannomas are long-standing lesions exhibit degenerative changes and atypia due to which they could be mistaken for malignancy.
HISTOPATHOLOGY FINDINGS of cytologic atypia, architectural disorder, and pagetoid spread are common in congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN) of all sizes in children aged 0-35 months, and tend to have benign outcomes, according to a retrospective study.
In 2014, the World Health Organizations [1] classification of endometrial hyperplasia changed and was simplified to include two categories, compared with four previously: from with atypia and without (each of those complex or simple) to hyperplasia with atypia or without atypia.
Malignant SFTs are usually hypercellular showing focally moderate to marked cellular atypia.
Increased frequency of fungi, micronuclei and nuclear atypia were seen in Non-ART group as compared to ART group but the results were insignificant.
No lipoblasts or cytologic atypia was seen to suggest liposarcoma.
Risk assessment of a patient with atypia of the breast requires consideration of multiple factors.
The NCCN estimates that 50 percent or more of men with atypia found on an initial biopsy will have prostate cancer detected on subsequent biopsy.