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Cervical And Displaysia

The conditions cervical and displaysia may lead to serious conditions, often accompanied by lichen sclerosis or other vaginal infections, making a cone biopsy necessary for an accurate diagnosis. This term is related to disordered growth of the cells that form the surface of the cervix. There are three stages of this condition. In mild disorder (CIN 1) only a few cells are abnormal; in moderate stage (CIN 2) the abnormality involves about a half of the surface. The conditions cervical and displaysia may lead to serious conditions, often accompanied by lichen sclerosis or other vaginal infections, making a cone biopsy necessary for an accurate diagnosis.

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Cervical And Displaysia

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Lichen Sclerosis, Cone Biopsy

CIN 3 or carcinoma in situ is actually a cancerous condition, which has not yet spread below the surface. This disorder is very dangerous and, if left untreated, may turn into invasive cancer, which invades the underlying tissues and other organs. The conditions cervical and displaysia may lead to serious conditions, often accompanied by lichen sclerosis or other vaginal infections, making a cone biopsy necessary for an accurate diagnosis.

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

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