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Unread 12-20-2000, 03:57 PM
What's the DX?

I'm scheduled for a TAH in a couple of weeks. I had an abnormal pap a year ago. They did a colposcopy?? which didn't show anything. Then did a cone biopsy. The dr said they had to really look to find something in that, but the next pap came back abnormal. He told me the cone showed Grade 1 dysplasia, but the last pap showed Hi grade. He said it wasn't a cancer, but he thought I should consider a hysterectomy since I've already had the cone. I'm 55 and post menopausal. I agreed to having the ovaries removed also. This was in Sept and he agreed that I could wait until Jan. I got the order for the Pre-Admission testing and it says the admission dx is hi grade cervical intraepitelial neoplasia. Now I wonder what neoplasia is. Does anyone know? My doctor is very well respected and has always encouraged questions and discussion. He's on vacation this week.
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Unread 12-21-2000, 06:11 AM
From my medical dictionary...

Neoplasia is a medical term for tumor formation, characterized by a progressive, abnormal multiplication of cells. This term does not necessarily imply that the new growth is malignant; benign tumors also develop as a result of neoplasia.
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