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PAP test result shows low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion. Could you please explain?

Could please explain my pap test result? Specimen Adequacy : Satisfactory Hormonal Pattern : Non- Atropic Inflammation : Moderate Leucocytes : Polymorphs++ Class : III (CIN 1) Smear Non- Antropic pattern with moderate inflammation. Endocervical cells absent. Impression : Low grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion . Koilocytes present suggestive of HPV infection. Comments HPV genomic typing suggested. Bacterial Flora : Moderate bacilli Specific Organisms : Koilocytes Epithelial Changes : LSIL
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM I am Dr Das
First of all, LSIL IS a technical term which indicates that there is just starting of a premalignant lesion. If it left untreated it will definitely convert into a malignant then malignant condition that is squamous cell carcinoma.
Human papilloma virus is the most common etymology of this condition. But as it is already LSIL then there is minimum role of HIV genome detection. Because whatever is the result the cervix and uterus alongwith varies (depending on age and family status) is to be operated.
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