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Atypical Squamous Cell Of Undetermined Significance

Atypical Squamous Cell Of Undetermined Significance

Atypical squamous cell of undetermined significance doesn't require a leep procedure or cryotherapy, but tends to disappear on its own. If left untreated for many years, this condition may form severe dysplasia and even cervical cancer. About 20% to 30% of women with this type of Pap smear have dysplasia, so it is a good idea to do colposcopy to detect the nature of the problem. Atypical squamous cell of undetermined significance doesn't require a leep procedure or cryotherapy, but tends to disappear on its own.

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Atypical Squamous Cell Of Undetermined Significance

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LEEP Procedure, Cryotherapy

Infections or vaginitis often cause this type of disorder. Often, this diagnosis causes women to worry needlessly, but the majority of cases treat by themselves without special cure. The term ASCUS means tissues that are not abnormal enough to call dysplasia. Atypical squamous cell of undetermined significance doesn't require a leep procedure or cryotherapy, but tends to disappear on its own.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, HPV Transmission, High Risk HPV Type, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear, STD Genital Wart

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

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