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Atypia Dysplasia

Atypia dysplasia describs changes in epithelia (mucus tissue) and may include symptoms such as the penile wart or vaginal wart. This term is used to describe the appearance of the abnormal cells on the surface of the cervix. The changes are classified as mild (CIN 1), moderate (CIN 2) and severe (CIN 3 or carcinoma-in-situ). The disorder itself doesnít cause health problems, but it can lead to cervical cancer. Atypia dysplasia describs changes in epithelia (mucus tissue) and may include symptoms such as the penile wart or vaginal wart.

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Atypia Dysplasia

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Penile Wart, Vaginal Wart

It takes many years for this condition to develop into cancer, so it can be easily detected by regular Pap smear tests. Mild stage often regresses on its own, especially in young women who have a healthy immune system. Moderate and severe stages require immediate treatment. Atypia dysplasia describs changes in epithelia (mucus tissue) and may include symptoms such as the penile wart or vaginal wart.

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

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