Q&A: What is epithelial dysplasia?
Author: Sanketh DS, MDS
When a cell is insulted due to a carcinogen, the cell undergoes reversible cell damage and is in a phase of adaptation, meaning, the damaged cell could revert to normalcy if the insult is removed. However, the cell could slip into a stage irreversible damage if the insult is persistent and cannot become normal even on withdrawal of the stimulus.
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