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Pap Smear Endometrial Cells

Pap Smear Endometrial Cells

During a pap smear endometrial cells are examined for condyloma, vaginitis, cervical dysplasia and other problems. Otherwise, a doctor may want to look for abnormalities in the endometrium, a lining of the uterus. Postmenopausal women do not have menses and the cause may lie in changes appearing in the body if a woman is on hormone replacement therapy. During a pap smear endometrial cells are examined for condyloma, vaginitis, cervical dysplasia and other problems.

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Pap Smear Endometrial Cells

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Condyloma, Vaginitis

It is usually near menses when women may shed some tissues from the cervix resulting in usual test results. Normally, this should not occur and may be linked to a wrong time chosen to do Papanicolaou test. Sometimes, there may appear tissues from the lining of the uterus in a tissue sample taken from the cervix. During a pap smear endometrial cells are examined for condyloma, vaginitis, cervical dysplasia and other problems.

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