Cilated epithelial cells are most often seen in tracheal washes.
These are columnar (usually joined with other epithelial cells) and have basally located nuclei and surface cilia (sometimes oil is needed to see the cilia if poorly stained or preserved).
First published: Tue, Dec 14 2010
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