ETIOLOGY AND SCREENING OF CERVICAL DYSPLASIA, REVIEW

Rafeef Taher Abdu Shafy
2019 Zenodo  
In this review we focus on the aetiology, the natural history of CIN, and also category of CIN and also the diagnostic possibilities.We performed a search using electronic databases; MEDLINE, and EMBASE, through December, 2018. Search strategies used following MeSH terms in searching: "cervical dysplasia", "Etiology", "screening", "management". CIN can be classified into three grades, CIN1, 2 and 3, depending on the proportion of the thickness of the epithelium revealing problems. The majority
more » ... lems. The majority of low-grade CIN lesions regresses within a relatively brief period and do not advance to high-grade lesions. High-grade sores are dramatically most likely to advance to intrusive cancer. An exact diagnosis of CIN is necessary for medical monitoring due to the fact that CIN1 and CIN2/3 lesions are treated differently. Histological diagnosis of CIN can be complicated by the variety of cellular transformations that can be associated with swelling, maternity as well as hormonal treatments, which can mimic pre-cancerous sores.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2549682 fatcat:7sudgmax5bguxe3zqbm4oi6vee