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... I'm sorry you must deal with this stressful and scary situation. Basically, this pathology report says that you have cervical cancer which is so far contained in the cervix, however "extensive endocervical involvement" means it may be headed up the os towards the uterus. In addition, it's not possible to say at this time whether the margins are clear (margin evaluation for... (5 replies)
... I am new to this board, after reading back through several pages i called my doctor to get a printout of my pathology report. i have my annual pap in jan, to come back abnormal. ... (5 replies)
... m hoping someone will stop by with more than I've offered. I'm interested in knowing what "focal endocervical atypia suggestive of AIS" means. I had a similiar reading except my reading was "focal atypia of squamous cells". ... (6 replies)

... between what the pathology report from my recent Colposcopy and the one that will be done from the LEEP procedure? ... (2 replies)
... She just called me last night with my pathology report and it came back showing severe dysplasia. She said she was glad we did a 2nd LEEP because of the severe dysplasia. ... (13 replies)
... Hello all: :confused: I need help interpreting my colpo path report. Before I begin, I will note there is an error in the report. My history of ASCUS paps began in June 07, I've rec'd 3 paps (June 07, Sept 07 and March 08) with HPV testing and all were ASCUS pap w/ HPV negative. However, the dr's office when sending my "history" with my colpo specimen apparently noted... (5 replies)
... The pathology findings confirm your hrHPV positive status. The path saw nuclear changes, always indicative of HPV, but no dysplasia. ... (5 replies)
... My mistake, I thought I'd read that your history reported hrHPV negative when it was really positive. So it's actually the other way around. That changes my impression. My guess is if you were to take a lrHPV test, it would read positive. You don't necessarily have to have overtly visible warts in order to be lrHPV positive. So, ask for that test if it'll put your mind at... (5 replies)
... related scientific study out there. I even corresponded with an HPV researcher for awhile. I always loved reading scientific articles. One of my biggest regrets is not pursuing a career in pharmacy or medicine, but that's another story! ... (5 replies)
... WOW...thank you so much for a quick reply. I posted this half way thinking it would be days if ever that I would receive a response so thanks again. I do a couple of follow up questions though. The note of the HPV positive in the "HISTORY" section is NOT accurate. THe 4 HPV tests I've had have all indicated "NOT DETECTED". When my Dr's office sent my history w/ the... (5 replies)
... My doctor just gave me the results of my Colp. I'm going to throw them up here on the boards to see if anyone is any better at deciphering them than me. I'll be doing research on them.....but if anyone has any tips I'd greatly appreciate the help. I'm still waiting to hear from my doctor's office for scheduling the cold cone biopsy that i was told i would need. FINAL... (6 replies)
Abnormal Pap
Aug 12, 2010
... After reading some of the posts on here, I called my Doctor and asked her what grade the cells are. ... (0 replies)
... I am so glad I found this board! I have been reading so much of everyone's experiences. ... (7 replies)
... They arrived really quickly, which in hindsight is a terrible thing because it just extended the stress cloud I was under. I read my pathology reports. ... (0 replies)
... Has anyone ever heard of being dx with CinIII by a biopsy, having a leep done 6 weeks later and the pathology report coming back CinI? ... (2 replies)
... You can have a copy of your pathology report if you want to but it will probably be mostly Greek to you without someone to interpret it. ... (18 replies)
... e one that did my radical hysterectomy and is all for being aggressive to be certain that all traces of cancer is eliminated. Obviously she sees enough from the pathology report to warrant such recommendation. ... (2 replies)
A lil confused...
Mar 24, 2009
... i'm just wondering because before my ckc i thought the dr. told me i had AIS and from my pathology report it looks like it says CIS of cervix, adenocarcinoma....im just a lil confused... ... (8 replies)
... Worst of all, she did not tell me that my margins weren't clear of CIN 2. Even though I specifically asked her if there was any more detailed info on the pathology report!!!!!!!! ... (13 replies)
... Yes, it was you, Brieaukirsch! I've been reading so many things I forgot who said it. ... (6 replies)




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