Highly flattened cells typical of protective stratified squamous epithelium cells that line the inner vaginal surface. : Stock Photo
Highly flattened cells typical of protective stratified squamous epithelium cells that line the inner vaginal surface. : Stock Photo
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Highly flattened cells typical of protective stratified squamous epithelium cells that line the inner vaginal surface.

These epithelial cells are continuously shed by the process of dequamation and are replaced by division of generative cells in the basal layer of epithelium. SEM X405
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