Dysplasia - Microscopic Changes

Microscopic Changes

Dysplasia is characterised by four major pathological microscopic changes:

  1. Anisocytosis (cells of unequal size)
  2. Poikilocytosis (abnormally shaped cells)
  3. Hyperchromatism (excessive pigmentation)
  4. Presence of mitotic figures (an unusual number of cells which are currently dividing).

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