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Cervacal Moderate High Grade Dysplesia

The stages that include cervacal moderate high grade dysplesia are determinations of the severity of cervix cell tissue abnormalities, and are not affected by lichen sclerosis. The first stage of this disease can be treated easily, but at that time it doesn’t have any symptoms and ca be detected by a Pap test only. It may take years to turn into carcinoma in situ or microinvasive cancer, which can quickly spread into nearby tissues and other organs. The stages that include cervacal moderate high grade dysplesia are determinations of the severity of cervix cell tissue abnormalities, and are not affected by lichen sclerosis.

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Cervacal Moderate High Grade Dysplesia

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Cervix, Lichen Sclerosis

The most common symptoms of the more advanced stages of this disease are persistent vaginal discharge (pale, watery, pink, brown, dark) and abnormal vaginal bleeding. The cure may take a long time, but without treatment the development of cancer is very likely. The stages that include cervacal moderate high grade dysplesia are determinations of the severity of cervix cell tissue abnormalities, and are not affected by lichen sclerosis.

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

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