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A Typical Cell Pap Smear

A Typical Cell Pap Smear

An a typical cell pap smear shows that there is abnormal cervical cells, possibly from the HPV virus that causes verruca. Before abnormal tissues are formed, early changes occur in the cervix, which are not cancerous, but may lead to cancer, if not treated for a long time. These abnormal tissues are called intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) or cervical dysplasia, which has three grades. An a typical cell pap smear shows that there is abnormal cervical cells, possibly from the HPV virus that causes verruca.

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A Typical Cell Pap Smear

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Cervical, Verruca

CIN 1 or mild dysplasia is very common and may dissappear by itself thanks to immune system. CIN 2 or moderate dysplasia involves about a half of cervical tissues and should be treated immediately. CIN 3 or severe dysplasia is actually pre-cancer. An a typical cell pap smear shows that there is abnormal cervical cells, possibly from the HPV virus that causes verruca.

Other Topics: HPV Picture Symptom Wart, HPV Cure, HPV Information, HPV Vaccine Merck, Cause Factor HPV, Human Papillomavirus, Human Papilloma Virus, HPV and Cervical Cancer, Cervical Cone Biopsy, Information on Genital Wart

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

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