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What does my pap smear test report suggest

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doctor1 MD

My pap smear suggest smears examined are cellular and exhibit scattered squamous cells in a midly neutrophilic background . few endocervical cells are seen in cluster result negative ...

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My doctors office called and is having me return for a follow up test due to abnormal cells being discovered from my pap smear . The nurse said there was nothing to worry about and my results seemed to show ...

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Further to my 2 questions before, the report of Pap Smear has come and it s says as follows: A) Pap ... equivalent to cytological class II. Moderate inflammation with mixed bacteria. Suggestions none. (This test ...

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Hi Doctor, My wife have done pap smear in routine body check up in which inflammatory smear is detected. Please suggest treatment/medication for the same. ...

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Yes.. I had a Pap smear and yes tested positive for hpv however the cells are negative for disease... The virus is present, but no changes in the cells... My Gyno says not to be concerned... I can be retested ...

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HELLO DEOCTOE:--THIS IS MY PAP S SMEAR REPORT ATTACHED. PLEASE SUGGEST:-Date     29/Jan/2017 11 ... OR MALIGNANCY; NILM - GARDNERELLA VAGINALIS INFECTION.Note: Advantages of LBC over Conventional Pap Smear ...

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advise and explain what this means what should I do now. Also the report suggests of repeating the test. ...Had a pap smear done today the result show as having superficial and intermediate squamous cells ...

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i got my smear test report and it says that i have present squamous superficial cells squamous metaplasia endrocervical cells neutrophils the rest are marked as absent and its reported as being a normal ...

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Hi, My PAP test shows below, what does it mean? Microscopic Examination : Smears show mainly intermediate, superficial squamous cells with endocervical cells against a background of many neutrophils ...

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hi i would be very thankfull if you can help me with this. my mother 60 years old had pap smear ... ultrasound report is mention cervical hyperehogenic 13 mm, what does it mean? she will go for some currtage ...

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have abnormal cells in my last pap smear and I am overly worried the next pap test will be positive ... the cause of - do you have suggestions ...

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MY PAP SMEAR report: there are superficial and intermediate squamous cells. the background ...++) descriptive diagnosis: possibility of cervical ectopy is raised however clinical correlation is suggested i ...

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Hello, I did a pap smear test in September and here are the results: Specimen adequacy: Endocervical/Transitional Zone-Presnt Satisfactory for evaluation Benign Cellular changes: inflammation ...

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Hello Doctor, Below is my recent Pap Smear report. Is the result normal? If abnormal, can you please explain and what care do I need to take? SpecimenAdequacy : Adequate Superficial cells - Present ...

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I am post menopause, at 60. I received the following Pap test results: Negative for Intraepithelial ... with shift in vaginal flora.Satisfactory for evaluation. Endocervical cells present. What should I do now ...

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doctor1 MD

Hello and welcome to HCM, The Pap test report reveals presence of parabasal cells. Parabasal cells are the cells present above the basal layer. In a normal pap test superficial squamous cells should be present. Absence of superficial cells and prominence of parabasal cells suggests deficiency of estrogens. Pleomorphic cells suggest malignancy, Biopsy needed.

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What was the pap smear result?