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Atypical Squamous Cells Pap Smear

With an atypical squamous cells pap smear it is possible to detect disorders transmitted through a penile wart of the partner; many venereal probems are caused by human papillomavirus. A doctor may want to perform colposcopy, an examination of the cervix under a microscope. Some cells changes disappear without treatment. As a rule, women diagnosed with ASCUS are advised to have a repeat Papanicolaou test in 6 months to see how the changes are developing. With an atypical squamous cells pap smear it is possible to detect disorders transmitted through a penile wart of the partner; many venereal probems are caused by human papillomavirus.

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Atypical Squamous Cells Pap Smear

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Penile Wart, Human Papillomavirus

If cells found in the cervix seem to have minor changes in size and shape, they are defined as abnormal, which calls for medical attention. ASCUS is not necessarily linked to cervical cancer and may stem from lack of preparation means before having Papanicolaou test or other factors. With an atypical squamous cells pap smear it is possible to detect disorders transmitted through a penile wart of the partner; many venereal probems are caused by human papillomavirus.

Other Topics: HPV Vaccine, HPV Picture, HPV Virus, HPV Shot Vaccination, Female HPV Virus Picture, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, LEEP Procedure, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Pic

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

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