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Mild Dysplasia

The condition of mild dysplasia or an ascus pap smear result will usually indicte the presence of the high risk strains of HPV genital wart viruses. When diagnosed with this condition it is recommended to have Pap smears and colposcopy every 4-6 months. Treatment is seldom recommended, because the progress to advanced stages usually takes several years and can easily be detected. The disease is linked to the sexually transmitted Human papilloma virus, which causes abnormal cells development. The condition of mild dysplasia or an ascus pap smear result will usually indicte the presence of the high risk strains of HPV genital wart viruses.

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Mild Dysplasia

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ASCUS, Wart

In rare instances the disorder may progress to cervical cancer. The first stage involves about 25% of the thickness of the cervical cell layer and can spontaneously revert to normal without treatment. The term describes abnormal changes in the cells found on the surface of the cervix. The condition of mild dysplasia or an ascus pap smear result will usually indicte the presence of the high risk strains of HPV genital wart viruses.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Treatment, HPV Virus, HPV Vaccine Merck, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus, HPV Human Papilloma Virus, Cervix Cancer, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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