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... I had an abnormal Pap smear and the diagnosis was CINII with an absence of Endocervical/Transformation zone component. I understand the CINII but not the other. What does it mean when you have an absence of Endocervical/Transformation zone component? (4 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component present (0 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component present (1 replies)

... "endocervical/transformation zone component present" I believe just means they got a good sample and are able to evaluate it. "low grade squamous intraepethelial lesion encompassing: HPV/mild dysplasia/CIN 1" means you have some mild cellular abnormalities resulting from HPV infection. No worries, though. CIN 1 is very common, and mostly goes away without treatment. You... (3 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component present (2 replies)
... what does endocervical/transformation zone components present mean? (1 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component absent (0 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component present (0 replies)
... endocervical/transformation zone component present (0 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component was present in my last pap smear and I was wondering what that means? ... (1 replies)
... The endocervical/transformation zone is the part of the cervix in and around the canal leading to the uterus. (4 replies)
... what does Endocervical/transformation zone component present mean (4 replies)
... endocervical/transformation zone component present partially obscuring inflammation? What does this mean? (0 replies)
... endocervical transformation zone component (1 replies)
... endocervical/transformation zone (0 replies)
... It means that a sample of cells from the cervical canal were not on the pap. It is really important to have a sample of these cells, as the transformation zone is a common area for abnormal cell changes to occur. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not certain on this, but I think it simply means that transformation zone cells were present in your pap. ... (1 replies)
... That means that there were cells either on your smear or colpo that showed abnormalities from the transformation zone. ... (2 replies)
... colpo. Between these two types of cells is an area called the transformation zone. ... (1 replies)
... Woah, woah, why are they doing a cone biopsy before they've even tested to see if you have endocervical involvement? ... (4 replies)




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