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Cervical And Dyspasia

Cervical and dyspasia (dysplasia) is often more accurately diagnoses with a colposcopy and cone biopsy, while infections such as lichen sclerosus are not diagnosed using this procedure. This condition generally represents a tissue response to some types of the HPV virus, which is sexually transmitted. Up to 70% of women with mild stage of the disease will have the cells become normal without any treatment due to the strong immune system. Cervical and dyspasia (dysplasia) is often more accurately diagnoses with a colposcopy and cone biopsy, while infections such as lichen sclerosus are not diagnosed using this procedure.

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Cervical And Dyspasia

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Colposcopy, Lichen Sclerosus

Even mild form can progress into more significant disease if not detected and cured in proper time. Moderate and severe cases of this disorder should be treated when they are discovered, because their rate of turning into cancer is very high. Cervical and dyspasia (dysplasia) is often more accurately diagnoses with a colposcopy and cone biopsy, while infections such as lichen sclerosus are not diagnosed using this procedure.

Other Topics: Picture of HPV Virus, HPV Disease, HPV Shot, HPV Type, HPV High Risk Symptom, HPV Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Cause of Cervical Dysplasia, Atypical Cell Pap Smear, Genital Wart Contagious

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

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