dyskaryotic

dys·kar·y·ot·ic

(dis'kar-ē-ot'ik),
Pertaining to or characterized by dyskaryosis.

dys·kar·y·ot·ic

(dis'kar-ē-ot'ik)
Pertaining to or characterized by dyskaryosis.
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The best separation between normal and dyskaryotic samples is achieved by assessment of the L1/L2 CpGs at nucleotide positions 5600 and 5609 [77].
Cervical PAP smear showed no evidence of dyskaryotic or malignant cells.
Acetic acid also removed water from the cells temporarily, particularly from the area of high nuclear density like immature squamous epithelium and dyskaryotic cells.
In dry atrophic smears, the cytoplasm frequently becomes eosinophilic and nuclear pyknosis and karyorrhexis can assume significant proportions; this appearance, together with senile inflammatory changes, can lead to substantial difficulty in recognizing dyskaryotic cells in atrophic postmenopausal smears.
-- It may not be necessary to refer women for colposcopy after a single, mildly dyskaryotic cervical smear, according to a poster presentation by A.S.
Use of semi-quantitative PCR for human papillomavirus DNA type 16 to identify women with high grade cervical disease in a population presenting with a mildly dyskaryotic smear report.
Four and a half year follow up of women with dyskaryotic cervical smears.
Photomicrograph of Pap smear of a case of squamous cell carcinoma showing small severly dyskaryotic cells with scanty cytoplasm, which shows keratinisation in cells.
Human Papillomavirus negative but dyskaryotic cervical cytology: re-analysis of molecular testing.