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Pap Smear Inflammation

A pap smear inflammation can be a reason of many abnormalities and should be treated with cone biopsy; condyloma is a very dangerous condition. If an unrelated cancerous condition is revealed during the procedure, necessary treatment and a repeat test should be performed to exclude the possibility of cancer being unnoticed. Viral and bacterial infections such as gonorrhea, trich, candidiasis, or HIP make the cervix inflamed, leading to abnormalities in the cells. A pap smear inflammation can be a reason of many abnormalities and should be treated with cone biopsy; condyloma is a very dangerous condition.

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Pap Smear Inflammation

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Cone Biopsy, Condyloma

If the cells are abnormal, treatment is applied to manage the cause of the condition that does not necessarily stem from cervical cancer. Scraping taken from the walls of the cervix and endocervix (an opening of the cervix) are examined under a microscope for normal size and shape. A pap smear inflammation can be a reason of many abnormalities and should be treated with cone biopsy; condyloma is a very dangerous condition.

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