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submitted by hyoscyamine(28),

I know this is just a straight up fact from FA, but couldn't ureters (transitional cell carcinoma) also be correct?

hungrybox  Hmm I don't think so. The answer is "ureter" (singular) which would not result in bilateral hydronephrosis. +4  
privatejoker  If it is out of FA 2019, could someone give the page number to reference? Hydronephrosis' full definition is given on page 587 and makes no mention of invasive cervical carcinoma. +  
vinnbatmwen  p631 → Pap smear can detect cervical dysplasia before it progresses to invasive carcinoma. Diagnose via colposcopy and biopsy. Lateral invasion can block ureters - hydronephrosis - renal failure. +1  
privatejoker  Thanks! +  
emmy2k21  It's also in Pathoma page 140 in the 2018 edition! +