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Pap Smear Atypical Cells

Pap Smear Atypical Cells

Pap smear atypical cells are usually caused by human papillomavirus, but such disorders can also be the result of urethritis. Usually, a repeated test is recommended in 4-6 months. Sometimes, Papanicolaou test may pick up the cells unrelated to the cervix area (usually at times close to the menses). Very often, this condition results from minor vaginal infections, douching, spermicides, diaphragms, etc. Pap smear atypical cells are usually caused by human papillomavirus, but such disorders can also be the result of urethritis.

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Pap Smear Atypical Cells

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Human Papillomavirus, Urethritis

Nowadays, to reduce the chance of a wrong diagnosis, a condition with the cells being neither perfect, nor cancerous, is considered to as ASCUS. Earlier, many women who had Papanicolaou test and showed no abnormalities in the cells frequently were misdiagnosed due to a great chance of cancerous cells being unnoticed. Pap smear atypical cells are usually caused by human papillomavirus, but such disorders can also be the result of urethritis.

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