This is the next step toward neoplasia. Here, there is normal cervical squamous epithelium at the left, but dysplastic squamous epithelium at the right. The dysplastic epithelial cells are darker, smaller, and more crowded, without an orderly process of maturation. Dysplasia is a disorderly growth of epithelium, but still confined to the epithelium. Dysplasia is still reversible.