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When a Pap smear detects abnormal cells, cervix can be further diagnoticly tested using HPV DNA testing or cone biopsy. Women are encouraged to have Pap smears regularly, because it allows doctors to pick up early changes (abnormalities) in the genitalia. These abnormalities don't necessarily mean cancer, it may be any infection or hormone treatment results, and a condition known as CIN. When a Pap smear detects abnormal cells, cervix can be further diagnoticly tested using HPV DNA testing or cone biopsy.

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Abnormal Cells Cervix

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HPV, Cone Biopsy

CIN (cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia) is not a cancer, but can be described as pre-cancerous changes, divided into three types: CIN I, CIN 2, and CIN 3. The treatment is usually simple and includes laser therapy, cryotherapy, cold coagulation,and other methods. When a Pap smear detects abnormal cells, cervix can be further diagnoticly tested using HPV DNA testing or cone biopsy.

Other Topics: New HPV Vaccine, HPV Infection, HPV, HPV Genital Wart, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About HPV, Human Papillomavirus Picture, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear Test, Genital Wart

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

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