1. As CT suggests: [soft tissue
prominence region] which means you have some abnormalities but only a biopsy
will be able to determine what it is, whether benign or malignant, due to poor vaginal tissue characterization in CT tests.
2. As such you are advised for "clinical correlation" which means that gynecological EXAMINATION is necessary for proper evaluation and management.
3. correlation with previous PAP smear
recommendation: because if previous PAP test came negative [cervical cancer
screening], present findings might be consistent with underlying cervical pathology.
Your gynecologist after careful pelvic examination will come up with underlying aetiology,treatment options along with prognosis [if any]