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What is high grade cells in the cervix?

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Dr. Wayne Ingram answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Abnormal CIN cells: Cin(cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia) is a condition of abnormal cells from the cervix @ pap testing. Cin(sin) isn't what caused it it's just what we describe as gradations of abnormal cells that are classified i, ii, or iii and can be associated with the hpv(human papilloma virus). High grade cells usually are found at colposcopic biopsy and requires different asssesment than low grade cin.

Answered 12/6/2018

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Dr. Robert MULLER answered

Specializes in Gynecology

Sever dyspalsia: A virus cause various degrees of abnormalities of the cervix ranging from mile to severe-----------needs to be further evaluated by your doctor with a coloposcopy and biopsy of your cervix.

Answered 9/18/2019

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Dr. James L. Cromwell answered

Specializes in Gynecology

Abnormal paps: Pap smears are based on 2 principles, how abnormal cells are i.e. Mild, moderate, or severe pre-cancer, and whether hpv (human papilloma virus is present and what grade ( low risk or high risk) for developing carcinoma of the cervix.

Answered 10/29/2016

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Dr. Carolyn Quist answered

Specializes in Gynecology

Precancerous cells: High grade cells is one way of describing the appearance of the cells from the surface of the cervix when we do a pap smear. These are considered precancerous until proven otherwise. Patients are usually advised to undergo a procedure called a colposcopy to evaluate the true findings and if high grade cells persist then a procedure is done to remove them.

Answered 7/25/2019

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Dr. RADHA SYED answered

Specializes in Gynecology

Abnormal pap: High grade cells in cervix come from a high risk hpv related affliction of the cervical cells .This needs investigation of an urgent nature .One would proceed to colposcopy with directed biopsy of abnormal lesions noted.If these biopsies do not verify the type of cells in the pap then one needs to proceed to the next step of leep biopsy or "cone"biopsy.

Answered 10/18/2018

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Dr. Ray Howell answered

Specializes in Gynecology

Possible dysplasia: This could represent a problem with abnormal cells from a pap smear. Please check with your ob/gyn to possibly have a more diagnostic test called a colposcopy.

Answered 5/9/2019

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Dr. Raj Syal answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Pre cancerous cells: High grade cells are precancerous cells of the cervix. This is not cancer and is very treatable. The purpose of having a pap smear is to find these cell abnormalities before they progress to cancer.

Answered 4/24/2019

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Dr. Gregory Hines answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Possible cancer: High grade cells of the cervix generally refers to a potential cancer condition. You should have a pelvic exam and possibly surgery.

Answered 4/15/2019

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