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... I was tested for HPV and have high risk types including 16 and 18. Two bio's as a result of an abnormal pap. Came back with the Severe CIN III with glandular involvement and some glandular involv beneath the epitholium layer. Scheduled for the leep procedure on the 24th of this month. ... (4 replies)
... besides the severe CIN III with glandular involv. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for asking and responding... Here is the path report: GROSS AND MICROSCOPIC DIAGNOSIS: A. CERVIX, CONIZATION: SEVERE DYSPLASIA (CIN III) WITH - 1. Endocervical gland involvement 2. Endocervical margin free of dysplasia. 3. Ectocervical margin with high-grade dysplasia involving a deep endocervical gland from the 12:00-3:00 o'clock position. (9 replies)

... Short version, I had a CKC in May. Margins were clear but ECC showed glandular involvement. MD says I have an aggressive form of oncogenic HPV. ... (9 replies)
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... dna in December of 2007. In February of 2008 I had my colposcopy which showed that my outer cervix was fine, but the ECC showed that I had "atypical glandular epithelial lesions" and adenocarcinoma in situ. ... (4 replies)
... I read your post, but was about to go out of town for 4 days. I'm back now, and let me see if I can help . . . endo = inner ecto = outer It sounds like the canal (or what they were able to get of the canal) was ok. The outer cervix is where the dysplasia is (high grade aka CIN III). The comment could mean either that it is a larger lesion or it is a deeper lesion (I... (9 replies)
... Have you requested a copy of your pathology report from your CKC? If not, I highly suggest you get a copy. It will tell you much more about what is going on. Was there any other problem, other than the "glandular involvement"? Why did you have the CKC in the first place? How is your healing from the CKC? I'm sorry to ask so many questions. (9 replies)
... Ok, I have to post this since it's unlikely there are many with this diagnoses. ... (8 replies)
... Wait - you’re right, Leepoffaith! Yes, the AGUS is entirely different from “SIL or CIN with glandular involvement”. AGUS is the atypia of glandular cells (rare and related to adenocarcinomas). ASCUS - CIN or SIL – squamous cells atypia. From what I understand – glandular involvement – when it comes to CIN/SIL, is common and only indicative of higher grade CIN (II... (8 replies)
... Hi ladies, can anyone help me with the questions in my last post? ... (9 replies)
... does that mean my cervix is coated with it? ... (9 replies)
... perhaps next time I'll go in armed with a list of them. ... (9 replies)
... but whatever it turns out to be you can deal with it. ... (9 replies)
... I just spoke with my aunt yesterday and turns out she had two of them for both of her pregnancies. ... (9 replies)
... How did the conversation with the doctor go? ... (4 replies)
... So, I had a LEEP today for CIN III with glandular involvement. This diagnosis came as a shock to me having been in amonogamous relationship for seven years with all previous normal PAP tests. Although I wasn't tested for HPV, I know this dx means I have it. ... (8 replies)
... CIN II and III to the edges. Are these the glands we are talking about? ... (8 replies)
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May 18, 2010
... but CIN III with glandular involvement. He says he took a very large piece, he showed me with his hands how big it was, but I really can't explain it here. He wants a follow up in 3 months. ... (1 replies)
... That helps. I assume you want to preserve your fertility. Know that you have a few options, assuming the doctor needs to do more procedures. One option is repeated CKCs; I don't know how many is "repeated". Newer research is showing that for younger women who want to maintain fertility, this is one conservative treatment option. The other option is something... (9 replies)




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