Papsmear Results?

Want to ask .. nConclusion of my Pap smear results were not found abnormal cells. N nMicroscopic: smear consists of epithelial cells, normal sequelae, endocervical cells, metaplastic cells, bacillus vaginalis and leukocytes. N nWhat is the meaning of the results Yes, my Pap smear .. Thank you

1 Answer:

Hello tentrem,

Pap smear is a supporting examination to detect whether there are changes in the cells around the cervix. This examination is highly recommended for women who have been sexually active for early detection of cervical cancer. lab results can show the presence or absence of abnormal cells. The abnormal results referred to include:

Atypical intraepithelial squamous cell lesion of atypical glandular squamous cell squamous cell cancer and adenocarcinoma if no abnormal results are found, no further examination is needed. As with the results of the tests that you do, the results of these tests do not reveal any cells that lead to abnormal results. So you don't need to worry.

However, it should be noted that the results of the lab examination cannot stand alone. Because it also requires information from the results of a physical examination conducted directly by a doctor.

so hopefully it helps answer your question

dr. Barrel

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