If my pap smear states I have stage four cancer, what are the exact abbreviations that are used on the results form?

Screening. Current terminology for pap smears most commonly include atyical squamous cells, lsil and hsil (low or high grade squamous intraepithelial lesions). A cancer diagnosis is based on a biopsy and cervical cancer staging is based on a surgical evaluation. The pap is screening only--it does not provide a definitive diagnosis.
Confusion of terms. A pap smear may indicate that you have suspicious or cancerous cells in the cervix, but it cannot diagnose stage 4 cancer. You need to discuss the results again with your health care provider to clear up the confusion.