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SCJSapporo City Jazz (Sapporo, Japan)
SCJSuper Cobra Jet (engine)
SCJSuper Cobra Jet
SCJStrength and Conditioning Journal (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
SCJSave the Children Japan
SCJS C Johnson & Son, Inc.
SCJSupreme Court Justice
SCJScience Council of Japan
SCJSquamocolumnar Junction
SCJSouthern Communication Journal (Southern States Communication Association; Taylor & Francis)
SCJSixteenth Century Journal
SCJCongregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart (religious order)
SCJSullivan County Jail (Blountville, TN)
SCJSub Conditione Jacobi (Latin: Under the Terms of James)
SCJSecured Capital Japan Co., Ltd. (Japan)
SCJStrongsville City Jazz (Strongsville, OH)
SCJS Club Juniors (band)
SCJSalvatore Cuomo Japan (Japanese pizza business)
SCJSouthern California Jurisdiction (International Order of DeMolay)
SCJSugar Company of Jamaica Limited
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Thus, we interpret this appearance of PIM as a variant of LSIL that had originated from HPV-infected immature squamous metaplastic cells at or proximal to the squamocolumnar junction.
Thin, yellow, non-iodine uptake areas with angular, or digitating margins, resembling geographical areas, located far away from squamocolumnar junction
The research findings described in this news release can be found on the online Early Edition (EE), the week of 11th June 2012, of PNAS under the title "A discrete population of squamocolumnar junction cells implicated in the pathogenesis of cervical cancer", by Michael Herfsa,b, Yusuke Yamamotoc,Anna Lauryd, Xia Wange, Marisa R.
It affects preferentially the squamocolumnar junction and endocervix and it may be accompanied by hyperaemia, oedema, fibrosis and metaplastic changes in the epithelium.10
The scope confirmed a good myotomy to approximately 2 cm below the squamocolumnar junction and easy entry into the stomach (Figure 3).
But the area where the two cells meet--called the squamocolumnar junction or transformation zone (T-zone)--is the most likely area for abnormal cells to develop.
AIN occurs most frequently at the anal squamocolumnar junction, although it can occur in the anal canal below the dentate line.