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Mild Dysplasia

Mild dysplasia, without cone biopsy sampled cytology, can be diagnosed as lichen sclerosis. The term describes abnormal changes in the cells found on the surface of the cervix. The first stage involves about 25% of the thickness of the cervical cell layer and can spontaneously revert to normal without curing. In rare instances the disorder may progress to cervical cancer. Mild dysplasia, without cone biopsy sampled cytology, can be diagnosed as lichen sclerosis.

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Mild Dysplasia

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Cone Biopsy, Lichen Sclerosis

The disease is linked to the sexually transmitted Human papilloma virus, which causes abnormal cells development. Treatment is seldom recommended, because the progress to advanced stages usually takes several years and can easily be detected. It is only recommended to have Pap smears and colposcopy every 4-6 months. Mild dysplasia, without cone biopsy sampled cytology, can be diagnosed as lichen sclerosis.

Other Topics: High Risk HPV, HPV Picture Symptom Wart, HPV Virus, Picture of HPV in Mouth, ASCUS HPV, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Type of Human Papilloma Virus, HPV Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear Test, Genital Wart Cure

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

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