... CIN III in a biopsy but when I had leep I showed CIN I with clear margins, so was then deferred for 6 months for a check up colposcopy, depending on where the cells are coming from determines the treatment, if in cervix they can usually see problem areas and leep in that area. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I had abnormal cells in this area, plus I had glandular involvement. ... (2 replies)
... was normal which doesn't match up completely with my lesion. The endocervical canal is comprised mainly of glandular cells. Although, the transformation zone is comprised of both squamous and glandular cells. ... (1 replies)
... Hello All!
This board has been a blessing for me, a lurker; while dealing with the waiting game with results.
CIN 3 in 2007- I was pregnant at the time, and after I delivered my paps came back negative.
2011- Cervix at 6 o'clock, biopsy:
- Severe squamous dysplasia (CIN-3) with human (1 replies)
... situ means that precancerous cells have developed in the outer layer of the cervix. CIN III is the level of dysplasia with level III being the highest. So you have some severe abnormalities going on and intervention is necessary or you risk the developement of cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I had my post op appointment yesterday and as it turns out I only had CIN III in a small portion of my cervix and all the abnormal cells were removed. ... (3 replies)
... in fact, you want there to be endocervical cells so they can get an idea of what's going on further up the canal. ... (1 replies)
... severe endocervical glandular dysplasia" to be exact. However, the nurse was correct in telling me that the margins were clear. ... (13 replies)
... I'll back up and give (hopefully) an abbreviated version of my last 13 months. Prior to that I had 26 years of annual, good paps.
December (07), annual pap and doc offered HPV/DNA test. I said ok.
January (08) I got the results: good pap, but positive for high risk HPV.
January (still) 2 appointments with the doctor to discuss hrHPV. Originally she said we'd wait and... (89 replies)
... onc! They are specially trained in taking care of severe dysplasia and cancer. ... (3 replies)
... Rare severely dysplastic cells are present. ... (13 replies)
... Hello...I too am going through a similar situation... I had an abnormal pap 5 months ago...I had CINIII, Severe dysplasia...etc. I went through colposcopy... ... (7 replies)
... pregnancy. Went back every six months and all showed mild abnormalities. After 3 abnormal paps she did a colposcopy and biopsy in February 2007, all showed mild dysplasia so she said I could wait six months for my next pap. I showed abnormal cells still in February of this year. ... (2 replies)
... extending well into my endocervical canal. I had a very aggressive LEEP cone biopsy in June 2005 that confirmed HSIL but the margins were clear. ... (7 replies)
... that they suspected as severe dysplasia or carcinoma in situ. I went in for a copolscopy on April 9th and on April 16th got the call that I had AIS. Needless to say, I was pretty much taken aback. ... (11 replies)
... control pills last October after being on them for 10 years. My paps had always been normal too. In January, I went for my pap and was told that I had abnormal cells and tested postive for HPV. I had the colpo and biopsy, and mine too came back with CIN III, severe dysplasia. ... (2 replies)
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... The concept of endocervical columnar dysplasia is less well defined as such an entity shows changes less severe than those observed in adenocarcinoma in situ. In endocervical columnar dysplasia, the involved glands are normal in size or enlarged. ... (16 replies)
... moderate dysplasia on the last pap. Of course never knowing the correct results I had never followed up. ... (1 replies)
... moderate dysplasia on the last pap. Of course never knowing the correct results I had never followed up. ... (6 replies)