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A Pap smear can alert your doctor to the presence of suspicious cells.
If abnormal or unusual cells were discovered during your Pap smear, you're said to have a positive result.
Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS). Squamous cells are thin and flat and grow on the surface of a healthy cervix. In the case of ASCUS, the Pap smear reveals slightly abnormal squamous cells, but the changes don't clearly suggest that precancerous cells are present.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is a very common infection.Although HPV infection does not always progress to cancer, >93% of cervical cancer cases are associated with HPV.
A “Detected HPV DNA result indicates the presence of HPV virus.
Now your doctor may treat for HPV infection.
You should keep a positive attitude as proper treatment can reduce the risk of cancer in most of the cases.
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