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Firstly, according to the Bethesda system of reporting a pap smear
, 'Dyskaryosis ' is not allowed to be used.
It should be stated whether there is any intraepithelial lesion or not. If the lesion is present, then, it has to be stated, what type of lesion it is.
SO, the reporting is incomplete. Consult with your gynecologist for repeat pap smear.
But, Dyskaryosis indicates increased possibility of cancer. It should be confirmed by histopathological examination.
Dr. Arindam Das