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Pap Smear Dysplasia

After a pap smear dysplasia has been detected it can be easily treated, as well as plantar wart, with cryosurgery. If abnormalities have been revealed in the cervix, a woman will receive treatment. It consists of taking a cell sample from the cervix and examining it under a microscope with interpretation of the results following. To determine if the cells are normal in size and shape, Papanicolaou test is used. After a pap smear dysplasia has been detected it can be easily treated, as well as plantar wart, with cryosurgery.

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Pap Smear Dysplasia

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Plantar Wart, Cryosurgery

The greater the overgrowth, the harder it is to cure the condition. An overgrowth of non-organized cells in the cervix varies in severity depending on the amount of cervix area affected. Usually, cells found in the cervix are round or flat. After a pap smear dysplasia has been detected it can be easily treated, as well as plantar wart, with cryosurgery.

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