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When the diagnosis dysplasia squamous cells is determined, (ASCUS), the vaginal wart virus HPV is usually detected. This term means the presence of abnormal cells on the surface of the cervix and it could be the precancerous stage of cervical cancer. Abnormalities show up in the cervix’s outer layer and if they aren’t treated, those cells could spread in the rest of the reproductive organs. When the diagnosis dysplasia squamous cells is determined, (ASCUS), the vaginal wart virus HPV is usually detected.

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Dysplasia Squamous

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ASCUS, Vaginal Wart

To locate the problem further testing is necessary, such as colposcopy and biopsy. Treatment depends on the stage and preferences of the patient. Mild problems can be treated with biopsy, LEEP, cryosurgery and laser therapy; hysterectomy is performed in serious conditions. When the diagnosis dysplasia squamous cells is determined, (ASCUS), the vaginal wart virus HPV is usually detected.

Other Topics: HPV Treatment, HPV Disease, High Risk HPV Type, HPV Information, HPV High Risk Symptom, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Mild Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear Information, Genital Wart Info

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

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