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Abnormal squamous cell readings from a pap smear test, or ASCUS, are often caused by the venereal wart viruses called HPV. The diagnosis ASCUS means that some of the cells on your Pap smear didnít look quite normal and require further examination, such as colposcopy and biopsy. LSIL, or mild dysplasia requires no special treatment and resolves without intervention within 1-2 years. Abnormal squamous cell readings from a pap smear test, or ASCUS, are often caused by the venereal wart viruses called HPV.

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Abnormal Squamous Cell

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ASCUS, Venereal Wart

HSIL, or moderate to severe cervical dysplasia, is the step right before cervical cancer. It is rather dangerous and the abnormal tissue should be removed immediately. There are several ways for treating this condition: cryotherapy, laser treatment or ablation, LEEP, cone biopsy and others. Abnormal squamous cell readings from a pap smear test, or ASCUS, are often caused by the venereal wart viruses called HPV.

Other Topics: HPV Virus Symptom, HPV Information, Anal HPV, HPV Information, Men and HPV, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine, Human Papilloma Virus, Mild Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear Test, Genital Wart Info

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

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