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Neoplasia Cervical

Neoplasia, cervical new cell growth, may emerge as condyloma revealing symptoms of urethritis. It is the other name of dysplasia. This disorder is the abnormal growth of the epithelial tissue on the surface of the cervix. It can be of three stages: CIN I mild, CIN II moderate to marked, and CIN III severe to carcinomain-situ. Pap smear test is the only diagnostic tool that detects this disorder on the early stage. Neoplasia, cervical new cell growth, may emerge as condyloma revealing symptoms of urethritis.

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Neoplasia Cervical

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Condyloma, Urethritis

Increased risk is associated with multiple sexual partners, early beginning of sexual activity, early childbearing, and sexually transmitted diseases, especially HPV. There are usually no symptoms when the atypical cells only began to develop. A Pap smear shows all stages of the disease. Treatments range from careful observation to electrocauterization, cryosurgery, laser vaporization, or surgical removal. Neoplasia, cervical new cell growth, may emerge as condyloma revealing symptoms of urethritis.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Virus, Picture of HPV Virus, HPV Prevention, HPV FAQ, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, Human Papilloma Virus Cure, Cervical Cancer Vaccination, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Contagious

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

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