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A pap smear atypical result can be treated with cryotherapy or other methods on the early stages, but severe disorders can lead to infertility and cancer. A diagnosis of dysplasia does not mean the woman will definitively progress to cancer. Women with dysplasia may require getting a repeat test to see if the condition still exists. Dysplasia is a term used when a specimen of cervical cells appear unusual under a microscope. A pap smear atypical result can be treated with cryotherapy or other methods on the early stages, but severe disorders can lead to infertility and cancer.

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Cryotherapy, Infertility

Women are encouraged to seek annual routine examinations to promote the early detection and treatment of pre-cancer conditions associated with cervical disorders. In the case of lower grade results, physicians are confronted with prescribing appropriate treatment plans. When unusual cervical changes are detected, further evaluation is required for case management. A pap smear atypical result can be treated with cryotherapy or other methods on the early stages, but severe disorders can lead to infertility and cancer.

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