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Regarding endometrial cells

Regarding endometrial cells Posted by Angeldust S.
Explanation Question: With respect to benign endometrial cells in cervical smear samples Benign endometrial cells are identified more often after conventional cytology compared to liquid-based cytology   True   False Your answer: False Correct answer: False In women under the age of 40 years, benign endometrial cells are of no significance   True   False Your answer: True Correct answer: False In post-menopausal women, benign endometrial cells are of no significance   True   False Your answer: False Correct answer: False After the 14th day of the menstrual cycle, benign endometrial cells are a normal occurrence   True   False Your answer: False Correct answer: False Ur explanation says benign endometrial cells is of nonsignificance before 40 but the answer is false- please clarify? Thanks!
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