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... Ah the joys of atypical glandular cells. While this news SUCKS, I can definitely tell you that you've come to the right place. ... (3 replies)
Pathology reports?
Apr 23, 2008
... Your Posting. You Are All Beautiful And Strong Women And I Will Pray For You All. Can Anyone Tell Me If When They Received An Abnormal Pap, It Showed "a Typical Glandular Cells". I Am So New To This And So Nervous. I Keep Thinking I Am Going To Die And I Am So Afraid. ... (80 replies)

... Mine was negative for AIS and malignancy but indicated that abnormal glandular cells of endocervical origin were present. Not a really bad result. But there was never any suggestion of just doing another ECC later. ... (7 replies)
... v 30. Originally I had a very abnormal pap, then had colposcopy with several biopsies. Those biopsies still couldnt determine if I had invasive cancer. But I had glandular involvement and problems higher in the cervix, so I had the cold knife cone done. ... (80 replies)
... I have the exact same thing...well, kind of...mine said atypical endocervical glandular cells, favor neoplastic. They cannot find the cause. My endometrial biopsy was normal. ECC showed CIN 1, which later regressed and said reactive. ... (38 replies)
... It is rare as it is often misdiagnosed as the atypical glandular cells resemble benign cervical cells. There was not a lymph node dissection only because they were not suspecting this. ... (50 replies)
... biotics and my last ECC came back no CIN, just rare atypical cells. However, another pap showed favor neoplastic, which is bad. I also had an ultrasound done. ... (38 replies)
Cervical cancer
Jan 16, 2009
... Good point! Rather than "by having sex" I should have said "had any sexual activity". (8 replies)
Cervical cancer
Jan 14, 2009
... Cervical cancer occurs in the cervix, and only women have that organ, they are the only ones who can get cervical cancer. Something like greater than 99.7% of cervical cancer is caused by high risk HPV, so a woman who has cervical cancer has most certainly been exposed to a strain (or more than one) of high risk HPV. High risk HPV can cause problems (atypical cell... (8 replies)
Good News
Nov 12, 2007
... I remember you from your earlier posts. I believe we had a similar diagnosis. I had an abnormal pap come back in July. It was atypical glandular cells. ... (1 replies)
... I would not get too worried about the spread of AIS right now. If your Doctor just found AIS and you have been regular with your paps chances are that it has not spread anywhere else. I would definetly see an oncologist.. they deal with this on a daily basis and you want someone performing the surgery who does it on a daily basis. I had to see three oncologists until I found... (8 replies)
Cone Biopsy
Jan 9, 2007
... I Have Been Reading And Reading On My Types Of Abnormal Cells But They Sound Very Rare. ... (9 replies)
... Yesterday I got word that my Pap smear showed Abnormal endocervical glandular cells. I am scheduled for a biopsy and colposcopy next Tuesday. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I agree it is important to find out what type you have. I too had a LAVH on May 28 because of an abnormal Pap (atypical glandular cells). Before that, I had a hysteroscopy, a LEEP, and a cone biopsy, and gyn onc was saying ..this is unusual, but you don't have invasive cancer. My inked margins were clear but pathology post hysterectomy indicated a 5mm mass (can't see... (12 replies)
... Panik...I sure hope you get the job, I'll keep my fingers crossed. Sounds like your Doc is looking for a daughter in law and some grandkids, eh? How do you feel about that? Yes I am very happy to not have cancer and I am a bit frazzled by the notion that I may not have understood how much trouble I was in.....YIKES. I'll get the full scoopage on the 29th. Just thank GOD... (94 replies)
... Aytpical squamous cells grow more slowly than atypical glandular ones. ... (13 replies)
... Now for the good news. Your pathology report indicates glandular lesion "only. ... (70 replies)
Pap Came Back....
May 13, 2009
... bad results from a gyn test showed "atypical glandular epithelial cells." Then I was sent for a cold knife cone biosy which diagnosed my cervical cancer. I have NEVER, even with the cancer diagnosis had a bad pap. ... (9 replies)
LEEP Results
Aug 17, 2008
... AIS and glandular involvement are not the same. I thought they were, but found articles saying otherwise. It's very confusing. ... (10 replies)

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