A 29-year-old female asked:
Fragments of benign endocervix and squamous epithelium with mucus and mild chronic cervicitis. there is no evidence of dysplasia. - what does this mean after a colposcopy?
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
In view of the presence of chronic cervical inflammatory changes because of concern for premalignant potential, the issue is what's the best follow-up plan. Repeat Pap.smear in 6 months? I'd follow the recommendation of your gynecologist who must have a his/her own protocol for best care.
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