cervical dysplasia


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cervical dysplasia

[¦sər·və·kəl di′splāzh·yə]
(medicine)
Abnormal growth of the epithelial cells lining the cervix. Also known as cervical intraepithelial neoplasia.
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Most of the women in the cervicitis without cervical dysplasia group had subjective and objective benefit.
In a multivariate logistic regression analysis, removal of normal ovaries was more likely in women closer to menopause (ages 46-50) than younger women, in those who underwent abdominal relative to vaginal hysterectomy, in those with other pathology such as endometriosis or cervical dysplasia relative to no pathology, and in those with a family history of cancer, Dr.
Prior studies have failed to establish a convincing or consistent relationship between surgical sterilization and cervical dysplasia or cancer (10-14).
A comparison between loop diathermy conization and cold-knife conization for management of cervical dysplasia associated with unsatisfactory colposcopy.
A prospective cohort study investigated progression and regression of cervical dysplasia in HIV-positive women attending an HIV wellness clinic in Soweto, South Africa.
Cytology Histology LSIL CIN 1 Minimal or mild cervical dysplasia HSIL CIN 2 Moderate cervical dysplasia HSIL CIN 3/CIS Severe cervical dysplasia/carcinoma in situ Carcinoma Invasive carcinoma
Persistent HPV infection is the first step towards cervical dysplasia and cancer.
This fifth edition contains 100 USMLE-style multiple choice questions with full explanations of both correct and incorrect answers, along with chapter key points and expanded coverage of the latest techniques in preterm labor, management of cervical dysplasia, hormone replacement, and treatment of uterine fibroids and breast cancer.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Nventa has finalized its protocol for a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2 trial of HspE7 in patients with high-grade cervical dysplasia (CIN 2/3).
CIN, also known as cervical dysplasia, is characterized by the presence in the cervix of abnormal cells that precede and can develop into cervical cancer.
We are still overtreating women with cervical dysplasia (especially teens) and exposing them to future reproductive risks in the hope of decreasing their risk of developing cervical cancer.
This detects abnormal cells on the cervix - abnormal cells have the potential to become cancerous - and this condition is known as cervical dysplasia.