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Cytopathology Report Thin Prep Pap Test
Cytopathology report: impression = the smears suggestive of simple cyst? (swelling) . What i do. Plz suggest me .
Unable understand CYTOPATHOLOGY REPORT. "DEGENERATED ATYPICAL LYMPHOCYTES (SEE NOTE). *Poor cellular preservation prevents further evaluation.
Specimen Handling: This is not your abnormality, but the labs. Whoever prepared the slides for the pathologist to review did a poor job. You need this repeated. RJ ...Read more
My pap smear came back saying possible squamous lesion what does this mean ? Can there be a false thin prep smear reading
Get follow-up: Your physician knows what to do given your personal history. There are very few overcalls with the new thin preps and you owe it to yourself and those who love you to follow this up. ...Read more
Results?: In order to help we need to know what te report showed. ...Read more
My cervical pap smear test report is negative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy with sever inflammatory smear dr. Plz say about treatment?
Your GYN can help: There is nothing to worry about. You may need a short course of antibiotics in case there is vaginal infection(ask your gynecologist about it. But the main purpose of pap is to make sure you do not have cancer of the cervix or precancer conditions caused by hpv. In that regard you should be happy that it is all well. ...Read more
It depends.: A pap smear is a test used to screen for cervical cancer, where a doc takes a sample of cells from the cervix. There is a wide range of abnormal results. Some pap tests come back showing you have a virus called hpv which is extremely common in sexually active women. Pap smears can also show that the cells of the cervix themselves are abnormal, showing pre-cancerous or cancerous cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, it should not: Pap test is looking for abnormal cells under the microscope, so this would not interfere. ...Read more
Depends "abnormal": There is a wide range of abnormal pap smear results. Some tests come back showing you have a virus called hpv which is extremely common in sexually active women. Pap smears can also show that the cells of the cervix themselves are abnormal, showing pre-cancerous or cancerous cells. Since "abnormal" can mean so many things, you should ask your doctor specifically what it showed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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