Role of agnor in cervical lesions

Vimala Devi Vidya.G, Malliga.S and Visalakshi. P

Carcinoma cervix is one of the leading causes of death of female population in developing countries. By virtue of its accessibility, cancer cervix can be readily diagnosed even in its preinvasive stage. If treated in the earlier stages the patient can often be cured of the disease. In the recent past, there has been emergence of various newer techniques to assess the proliferative capacity of cells. The definitive diagnosis of the patient’s condition rests on the follow up histologic evidence from the biopsy material. The aim of the study is to evaluate the role of Argyrophilic staining of nucleolar organizer regions in Pap smear and histopathological section of biopsy cervix.

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