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Cervical biopsies were taken from women with abnormal Papanicolaou smears and from normal women serving as con trols, using the colpomicroscope as an aid in localizing lesions on the exposed portion of the cervix. Half of each biopsy was processed for light microscopy, and the other half was proc essed for both phase contrast and electron microscopy. The fine structure of dysplasia and carcinoma in situ was compared with normal control epithelium. The dysplastic lesions differed markedly frompmid:5649059 fatcat:s3sjg2u6lrajljne743zm7pzti