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Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical cancer divides into: adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. The cervical cancer diagnosis of the precancerous states is determined by microscopic studies. In 80-90% of cervical tumors it is squamous cancer, the remaining 10-20% is adenocarcinoma. Adenocarcinoma is more common among women born in the last 20-30 years. Sometimes, cervical cancer has features of both squamous cancer, and adenocarcinoma (mixed carcinoma).
Some women with cervical precancerous changes in the neck of womb develop cancer. This process usually takes several years, but sometimes occur in a single year. In most of the cases precancerous cell treatment eliminates the risk of cancer. This means that cervical cancer can be prevented.

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

 
 
 
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Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

Cervical Cancer Diagnosis

 
 
 
 
Presented here are the smears of a cervix to cytology, so-called dysplasia (precancer) of the neck of womb. This modern classification is used in screening tests for the earlier development of precancerous changes in the neck of womb in order to avoid the subsequent development of cancer in cervix.
Terminological Bethesda System (TBS,2001)
1) Negative with respect to the intraepithelial damage: - reactive changes (inflammatory, dystrophic)
2) Atypias of the flat cells: Atypical of squamous of cells of of undetermined of significance (ASCUS), or the atypical cells of flat epithelium, which do not make it possible to exclude High-grade of squamosus of intraepithelial lesion (HSIL) cannot exclude HSIL (ASC- H). Low-grade of squamosus of intraepithelial of lesion (LSIL): a) koilocytosis (HIV-effect), b) Cervical of intraepitelial of neoplasia of the I (CIN1). High-grade of squamosus of intraepithelial of lesion (HSIL): a) And a moderate dysplasia - Cervical intraepitelial of neoplasia OF THE II- III (CIN2-3), b) cancer in situ (CIS). Squamous cell carcinoma.
 

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