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Endocervical polyp – Cervix –

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for endocervical polyp. by Emily Goebel, MD FRCPC, reviewed on March 6, 2019 Quick facts: An endocervical polyp is a non-cancerous growth that develops on the cervix. Endocervical polyps are very common and they can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding. The anatomy of the cervix …
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Atypical glandular cells (AGS) – Cervix –

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for atypical glandular cells. by Adnan Karavelic MD FRCPC, reviewed on December 24, 2019 Quick facts: Atypical glandular cells means that abnormal cells were seen on your Pap test. It is a preliminary result and not a final diagnosis. Causes include cancer, infection, inflammation, pregnancy, …
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Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASC-US) – Cervix –

This article will help you read and understand your pathology report for atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASC-US). by Adnan Karavelic, MD FRCPC, reviewed on April 27, 2020 Quick facts: ASC-US means that abnormal looking cells were seen in your Pap test. It is a preliminary result and not a final diagnosis. Conditions associated …
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How to read your Pap test report

This article will help you read and understand the information found in your Pap test report. by Adnan Karavelic, MD FRCPC, reviewed on April 27, 2020 Quick facts: The Pap test is a screening test that looks for abnormal cells in the cervix. The purpose of the Pap test is to look for pre-cancerous diseases …
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