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Cervical cancer virus, Human Papilloma virus, generates ASCUS cellular changes. The term refers to the disease causing by the flattened or “squamous” cells covering the cervix or from the glandular, mucus-secreting cells. The development of the disease is gradual, and begins with dysplasia, which is treatable without surgical removal of the uterus. Cervical cancer virus, Human Papilloma virus, generates ASCUS cellular changes.

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Human Papilloma Virus, ASCUS

It may take years for dysplasia to turn into serious problem, which can quickly spread into other tissues. In early stages there no symptoms. Then persistent vaginal discharge and abnormal bleeding may occur, weight loss, fatigue, back pain or bone fracture are possible. For treatment hysterectomy is performed. Cervical cancer virus, Human Papilloma virus, generates ASCUS cellular changes.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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