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... what is chronic endocervicitis with squamous metaplasia (1 replies)
... what is chronic Endocervicitis (1 replies)
... Chronic = continuous, over a long period of time (not acute or new) endocervicitis = inflammation of the cervix squamous = the cells on the exocervix (outer cervix where a doctor will do a pap smear or look at the cervix with an colposcope) metaplasia = basically is the beginnings of cell changes So it means that your cervix has chronic inflammation and the squamous... (1 replies)

... viral agents in the case of herpes infection. Left untreated, endocervicitis can cause cervical erosion and cause problems with conception and birth. ... (1 replies)
... Chronic endocervicitis means the endocervix is chronically inflammed. This is usually caused by high risk HPV. ... (1 replies)
... cms and is pale brown in colour? ... (1 replies)
... but how I can tell what is the key reason to cause the inflammation? ... (5 replies)
... Endocervicitis is something like BV but is more chronic and hard to get rid of. ... (2 replies)
Nov 30, 2008
... What is papillary endocervicitis? ... (0 replies)
... C was performed to me for the 2nd time because of intrauterine fetal death, 3 mos AOG with my first it possible that the miscarriage is cause of endocervicitis? ... (1 replies)
My second colpo...
Oct 13, 2005
... The diagnosis of the multiple biopses from position 12 o' clock mentions "koilocytosis with chronic endocervicitis with squamous metaplasia". ... (8 replies)
... we dont really know what it means or if it shows anything"!? ... (10 replies)
... s what they said about the first cone!? ... (0 replies)
... d this forum recently after doing several searches for information regarding my abnormal Paps and colposcopies. Having other women to talk to about these things is such a blessing, and it's so wonderful to know that there are so many women out there who are educating themselves about their diagnosis. ... (6 replies)
... acute and chronic cervicitis...there is no dysplasia. ... (6 replies)
May 3, 2009
... Thanks Lily, when explained that way it does make sense. The first ECC I had was done during a uterine biospy. Dr said is was normal but the report actually says chronic polypoid endocervicitis. ... (16 replies)
Apr 30, 2009
... nses. Sorry for everything all of you are going through! Seems like once it starts it never ends! I keep tossing it back and forth in my mind so it helps hearing what others have to say. ... (16 replies)
... The Pap smear was reviewed and the number of atypical squamous cells is quite small. Diagnostic features of squamous carcinoma in situ were not present on the previous pap smear. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you Diamondlife .After hours searching the best that I can find out is that gland involvement together with unclear margins seen together give a stronger change of reacurrence . ... (4 replies)
... That's what I had in '01, CIN3 w/glandular involvement. I asked my doctor durning my pap the other day about it. She said it means "severe"...uh, no kidding? So, she wasn't much help. I can't find much, but earlier today I found one website said "CIN 3 (carcinoma in situ): endocervical glandular involvement." So, it might be CIS, or in the words of another website "really bad... (4 replies)

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