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Worried about your cervical screening or what happens if you have unexpected results? In support of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, the GLAMOUR team discusses smear test worries, abnormal cells and treatment with Katie Snooks and Shannon Peerless. Make sure to follow the work of Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust to help raise awareness of the importance of smear tests. #SmearForSmear #HeyItsOK Still haven’t subscribed to GLAMOUR on YouTube? ►► 🤍 CONNECT WITH GLAMOUR: Web: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
(USMLE topics, gynecology) Cervical cancer: pathology, symptoms, cause, risk factors, HPVs, Pap smear screening and treatment. This video is available for instant download licensing here : 🤍 ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by: Ashley Fleming All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Contribute to our videos and get FREE downloads and other GREAT REWARDS: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that opens into the birth canal. It is one of the most common types of cancer in women worldwide, but also one of the most preventable, thanks to early detection with Pap tests. The cervix has 2 major cell types: flat squamous cells lining the outer part, and column-shaped glandular cells covering the inside of the cervical canal. Both types can become cancerous but squamous cell carcinomas are MUCH more common. Cancer usually starts in the zone where the two cell types meet, known as the transformation zone. Virtually all cervical cancers are caused by human papillomaviruses, or HPVs. There are over a hundred different types of HPV, some of which pose HIGHER risks than others. About 70% of all cases are caused by just TWO types: HPV-16 and HPV-18. Two proteins produced by HPV, known as E6 and E7, INTERFERE with cell functions that normally PREVENT EXCESSIVE cell division. This causes the cells to grow in an UNcontrolled manner. HPV is sexually transmitted and is VERY common, but in most women, HPV infections resolve on their own and do NOT cause cancers. Factors that may INcrease the risk of PERSISTENT HPV infections include WEAKENED immune system, other sexually transmitted diseases and smoking. Chances of developing cervical cancer also increase with having many children and LONG-term use of birth control pills. Early-stage cervical cancer generally produces NO symptoms. Advanced-stage disease may cause ABnormal or IRregular vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, or unusual vaginal discharge. EARLY detection is the key to prevent cervical cancer. Cervical cancer screening may include pap tests ALONE, or in combination with HPV DNA tests. In a pap test, cells are scraped from the cervix and examined for PRE-cancerous changes, known as cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, or cervical DYSPLASIA. These morphological changes can range from mild to severe. If the results are ABnormal, the test is repeated again after 6 months or a year to MONITOR the condition. Additional diagnostic tests may also be performed. In most cases, MILD dysplasia resolves on its own and a follow-up pap test is all that is required to confirm. In a small number of cases, these ABnormal cells may develop into cancer, but they usually take YEARS to do so, which allows plenty of time for treatment when detected early. In the US, a pap test is recommended every 3 years, from the age of 21, or every 5 years if combined with an HPV test. Treatment options for cervical cancer include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or a combination of these. Early-stage cervical cancer is typically treated with surgical removal of the uterus. This option is the most effective in preventing cancer from coming back and is usually preferred when patients do NOT need to maintain fertility.
Dr. McDonald discusses abnormal pap smears and what a woman should so if she gets one. Matt McDonald, MD: When a patient presents with an abnormal Pap smear, the initial question that most people have is what does this exactly mean. In a result in an abnormal Pap smear is strictly a screening test to help us know which patients require a further evaluation to detect if cervical dysplasia truly exists. A Pap smear is an excellent screening test. It is not an excellent diagnostic test and what that means is that within the realm of abnormal, meaning abnormal cells on the cervix which is called and physician terms dysplasia, a Pap smear is very good at telling us who has no dysplasia and who does have some dysplasia. But it is not is not a good test in telling us what degree that dysplasia exists and so information that is commonly presented or reported on Pap smears is whether a viral infection called HPV exists. Now HPV is a virus, otherwise known as human papilloma virus, which is incredibly common in the adult population. We don't really understand the true mechanism of why someone women are exposed to HPV and never develop dysplasia, but many do, most do in fact. They are exposed to HPV or the virus and really never develop severe dysplasia of the cervix or cervical cancer. That is an area that much research is going into at this time, but it alarms a of lot of women that they feel like something dramatically different has occurred that they have been exposed to HPV, but the truth of the matter is that the vast majority of us in our lifetime will exposed whether all of these exposures are sexually mediated or not, we really don't know, to be quite honest with you. There is some data and some case reports that HPV can be transmitted through nonsexual means. It is my opinion that there are nonsexual means of transmission of HPV due to the fact that so many of us, almost 90% of us have been exposed by the time we are 50. So an abnormal pap smear truly is a screening test just to let us know which patients require further evaluation with a gynecologist for what is called colposcopy, which is a diagnostic test where we evaluate the cervix with three-dimensional microscopy to see if true dysplasia truly exists. So an abnormal pap smear really is just the very initial beginning of the workup of abnormal cells or dysplasia on the surface. Learn more about Dr. McDonald: 🤍
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Dr. Amy Ravin talks about the gynecological procedure called Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure or LEEP, used in removing abnormal tissue cells following an abnormal pap smear. LEEP uses an electrically heated loop to excise abnormal cells to not only remove the cells but also diagnose any issues via lab biopsy. in More information online at 🤍slucare.edu To schedule an appointment with a SLUCare physician, please call (314) 977-4440. SLUCare Physician Group is a patient-centered network of more than 500 health care providers on staff at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. As part of an academic medical practice, SLUCare physicians are experts in their respective fields, providing specialty care for even the most complex medical conditions. SLUCare physicians practice in 47 different hospitals and clinics throughout the St. Louis region, making high-quality, advanced care convenient for you and your family.
I was due my next smear test so decided to take you guys along for the ride with me. I also tell you about my story of my abnormal cells after my first smear results came back abnormal and the treatments I've had to remove them! I hope this helps in some way. Please note I am only able to give my point of view from this experience and I am not a medical professional. EQUIPMENT Vlog Camera: 🤍 Filming Camera: 🤍 Ring Light: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 My Depop: 🤍 * Description box may contain affiliate links but that doesn't affect you at all :) Xxx
Dr Jenni Byrom talks about treatments for cervical cell changes you might be offered at colposcopy. Treatments are given to prevent the cells from possibly developing into cervical cancer. Further questions, or want to talk? Here's how to get in touch with us: 🤍
Dr. Nick LeRoy, author of Painting a Target on HPV, discusses what HPV and abnormal paps are and what to do when you have HPV or cervical dysplasia. To order a HPV home test kit: 🤍 For Dr. LeRoy's Thorne Research supplements: 🤍 Link to purchase MegaSporeBiotic: 🤍 Vaginal Suppositories: 🤍 Order: 1) Curcumin and 2) Green Tea Extract (these are sold as rectal suppositories but can be used vaginally) At website go to "Products" then "AntiOxidant Protection" For an evidence-based approach to HPV and cervical dysplasia, check out Dr. Nick's book: Painting a Target on HPVavailable on Amazon. PhytoMulti link: 🤍 Register with code: nleroy For detailed information on natural treatment options for HPV and cervical dysplasia go to 🤍 For telemedicine consultations with Dr. Nick, please email him at drnickfrontdesk🤍gmail.com
Have you gotten abnormal results on your Pap smear?! Watch this video before you PANIC! I know how scary it can be to get a positive/abnormal result. In this video I explain what all the results mean and what the next steps are! Let me know if you want to see a video on Colposcopy and LEEPs! - Don't forget to hit that subscribe button and become part of my little family! Personal Pregnancy Guide (made for YOU) that I created: 🤍 - 24hr Call Shift with an OBGYN: 🤍 Insertion and Removal of an IUD: 🤍 What Happens During a C-Section: 🤍 Vagina Myths: 🤍 - My favorite scrubs: 🤍wearfigs.com - FOLLOW ME: My instagram: 🤍 My TikTok: 🤍 My Blog: 🤍thelatinadoc.com *All of my blog posts are in English AND Spanish! - Disclaimer: The information in this video is educational information and is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Everything in this videotext, graphics, images and information is for general information purposes only and does not replace a consultation with your own doctor/medical provider.
14 years ago, Danielle, who was then 24 years old, went into her regular annual check-up appointment feeling completely fine, however, her pap test results came back showing as irregular. She went back to her doctor for a biopsy for them to learn more, which confirmed her diagnosis of having HPV and was considered high-risk with pre-cancerous cells. This resulted in two surgeries to remove the cells, followed by a procedure that removed her cervix which got rid of the pre-cancerous cells. Today, all of her pap tests have been clear and she feels lucky to have caught her diagnosis so early.
The Human Papillomavirus is a sexually transmitted virus that can be obtained at any time or any age after sexual intercourse. This virus causes the woman’s cells to become abnormal. There’s a chance, if untreated, these abnormal cells could progress into cancer. David Jaspan, DO, FACOOG, serves as the Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Einstein Healthcare Network. He is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology. 🤍
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Talking all about how my first smear test came back with pre-cancerous cells on my cervix, about the treatments and biopsies I had done after and how important it is for you to attend your smear test! Mentioned: Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust: 🤍 My Smear vlog: 🤍 Help and resources: 🤍 Jo's Cervical Cancer trust helpline: 0808 802 8000 EQUIPMENT Vlog Camera: 🤍 Filming Camera: 🤍 Ring Light: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 My Depop: 🤍 * Description box may contain affiliate links but that doesn't affect you at all :) Xxx
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Cryosurgery is a method used to remove abnormal cells from the vaginal area in places like the cervix such as warts and lesions from HPV. Dr. Amy Ravin discusses the process for removing abnormal cells through the cryosurgery or cryotherapy process. More information online at 🤍slucare.edu To schedule an appointment with a SLUCare physician, please call (314) 977-4440. SLUCare Physician Group is a patient-centered network of more than 500 health care providers on staff at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. As part of an academic medical practice, SLUCare physicians are experts in their respective fields, providing specialty care for even the most complex medical conditions. SLUCare physicians practice in 47 different hospitals and clinics throughout the St. Louis region, making high-quality, advanced care convenient for you and your family.
In this video I explain why someone would get need a Colposcopy, what to expect at the appointment, and what the results mean. Colposcopies are done when someone has an abnormal pap smear to prevent abnormal paps from growing into precancerous cells. If you are getting a Colposcopy, it does not mean that you have cancer, it is just a preventative measure to treat a problem which could potentially become bigger in a few years with no action taken.
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#howtoclearhpv #cervicaldysplasia #leepsurgery #healinghpv #medicinalmushrooms #cervicalpain CIN 2 is usually caused by certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV) and is found when a cervical biopsy is done. CIN 2 is not cancer but may become cancer and spread to nearby normal tissue if not treated. It is estimated that 5% of CIN 2 and 12% of CIN 3 cases will progress to invasive cancer if untreated. In general, it takes 10 to 20 years for CIN to progress to cancer, allowing a significant time period for detection and treatment. Progression from CIN to cancer requires persistent HPV infection. If CIN 2 is specified: Treatment is recommended. Observation (with colposcopy and HPV testing at 6 and 12 months for up to two years) is acceptable if all of the following are present: -The patient's concerns about potential adverse pregnancy outcomes after an excisional procedure outweigh the concerns about cancer. Link to Google doc to read studies: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
Have you ever wondered how cancer grows? Take a close look at the cancer cell division in this realistic 3D animation. Compare and contrast healthy animal cell division to unregulated cancer cell division side-by-side for a deeper understanding of cancer tumor growth. The animated daily timer provides a real-time update on the total number of daughter cells produced during healthy and cancer cell division. This multifaceted and visceral video communicates the aggressive nature of this disease and identifies unregulated cell division as the underlying mechanic of cancer.
. Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:49 Causes and Symptoms of Cervical dysplasia 1:59 Diagnosis of Cervical dysplasia 3:37 Treatment of Cervical dysplasia Cervical dysplasia is a condition characterized by a precancerous change in the lining cells of the cervix. • To put it more clearly, cervical dysplasia occurs when healthy cells on the cervix undergo some abnormal changes. • The cervix is the lower end of the uterus that leads into the vagina. • Cervical dysplasia may be mild, moderate, or severe depending on the appearance of the abnormal cells. • Having cervical dysplasia does not mean that a person has cancer or will ever develop cancer. • Although in some cases, if not caught early and treated, cervical dysplasia may lead to cervical cancer. • The condition is more common in women between the ages of 25 to 35. CAUSES Cervical dysplasia is caused by an infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV virus is a sexually transmitted virus and can be gotten from anal, oral, or vaginal sex. Several strains of HPV exist, some are low-risk and others are high-risk. In most cases, the immune system eliminates HPV and clears the infection. But in some women, the HPV persist over time rather than resolve. Persistent HPV infection has been shown to play a role in the development of precancerous changes in the cervix. HPV strain 16 and 18 are known as high risk and are more associated with severe dysplasia and cervical cancer. Risk factors may include: • Having multiple sexual partners • Smoking cigarette • Having a weakened immune system • Having sex before the age of 18 • Childbirth before age 16 • Using immunosuppressant drugs
One can still continue with pregnancy even if the cervical smear shows abnormal cells. The cervical cancer takes long time to develop into a full-fledged cancer because the lesion in whatever smear is detecting, it is in very early age and that is the advantage of the pap smear. If it is at an abnormal age, we divide it into 3 categories, that is CIN 1, CIN2 and CIN 3. CIN is Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia. So if the epithelium if it is invaded to one third or third or the whole length of the epithelium, that way the CIN 1 , 2,and 3 are categorized. So CIN 1 or 2 are relatively safer and there should not be any fear at all. But CIN 3 we should be worried. But in any case if there is abnormal cells found in pap smear, we would be further conforming it by a colposcopy and a directed biopsy and depending ion the biopsy results, the patients will be advised what to do next. Unless 3 to 6 months we can give and repeat pap smear if biopsy is not proving anything or if biopsy is proving CI Insitu, then accordingly we can decide what further treatment should be advised to pregnant women. Usually in the latter part of the pregnancy, we advise the women to continue with the pregnancy and then we advised detailed testing and go for the surgery or treatment that is advised. If there are any abnormal changes in the smear which is CIN 3 or CI Insitu, the simple surgical procedures can be advised in pregnant women like cervical conization or LEEP, a procedure. So these are the procedures which can have a short day care admission and the person can still think of continuing with pregnancy. It is a mutual agreement how the patient what to go about it and the convenience of the patient and the doctor. So it is mutually at their own comfort level.
Hello, In this Video I will Explain Different Abnormal Morphology of Leukocyte seen in Peripheral Blood Smear. The various Abnormal Morphology of leukocyteis As follow.... _Toxic Granule _Dohle Inclusion Body _Cytoplasmic vacuoles _Atypical Lymphocyte _Hypersegmented Neutrophil _Blast cell _Various leukemia cells _Plasma cell _Pelger huet cell Neutrophil etc... So, let's learn it with cause of it's appearance in peripheral blood smear & Images of Peripheral blood smear of it. Hope you will enjoy this doodle animation. Like, share & subscribe the channel! Don't forget to Press 🔔 Bell icon, So you will be notified whenever I upload new video! Thank you.
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I offer virtual health consults worldwide (does not include diagnosing or prescribing), which you can book here: 🤍 Hey guys! Today, I'm bringing you the third episode from my new weekly series, "Wellness Wednesdays." On Wednesday's, I'll be dropping new content about Midwifery, women's health topics, and mental health. Since it is cervical cancer awareness month, my video last week discussed cervical cancer screening aka the Pap smear and HPV. Here is the video: 🤍 I wanted to continue the conversation this week by discussing what happens next once your Pap smear is abnormal. This video explains the difference between the two grades of abnormal cells and breaks down the colposcopy procedure. Love this video? Make sure to subscribe, like, share with others, and leave a comment telling me what other topics you would like me to address. Check out my website and socials! Website 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Tik Tok 🤍 Email info🤍katrinarollins.com Thank you for your support! Katrina, CNM, ARNP, MPH Disclaimer: This is not medical advice, only education. Always check with your healthcare provider.
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Leukocytes or white blood cells function for the body's protection. A defect in these cells may be seen in different WBC disorders. This video will give an overview of the different abnormalities or defects seen in WBCs and correlate them with different disorders. 1.RBC Abnormal Morphology | Size shape & hemoglobin Content of RBC| Clinical Significance |Hematology:🤍
Low-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion (LSIL) is one test result you can get from a Pap Test that indicates abnormal findings. LSIS is also referred to as mild cervical dysplasia, which means that there are abnormalities in your cervical cells. However, it does not mean pre-cancerous, or cancer stage has been reached, but may potentially be the next outcome if proper management has not been taken. Cause Low Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion is a primary lesion of the cervical epithelium caused by HPV infections. It is an early-stage infection that sometimes goes away on its own but can develop into pre-cancer or cancer of the cervix. Essentially, LSIL means that the HPV virus has entered an epithelial cell that lines the cervix, and started its replication process, changing a normal cell into an abnormal one. Almost 20% of LSIL will further develop into Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia and Cervical Carcinoma, and the risk increases with age. Antai Hospital recommends regular and timely treatment to prevent this outcome. Symptoms LSIL does not exhibit any symptoms, which is why regular screening and timely treatment is key in its prevention. A Pap test should be taken every 3 years for young women who are sexually active, and every 5 years for those above the age of 30. Treatment for LSIL – Antai Hospital Conventional treatment such as LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure), laser therapy and Conization are very invasive which can have complication with future pregnancies and cannot guarantee success. With many years in clinical trials and proven results, Antai Hospital’s proprietary 安太液 is proven formulation that is effective in the treatment and removal of LSIL and prevention of cervical carcinoma. Treatment has a success rate of over 95% and is eq. Equally effective for all forms of HPV infections & genital warts, our treatment comes with a full-refund guarantee if you do not recover within a 6 month period. Get in touch with us today! About Antai Hospital: Unexplained miscarriages are but unidentified causes of miscarriage. Antai hospital specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of recurrent miscarriages. With a team of medical professionals and exclusive technologies, Antai hospital treats 400-500 cases of miscarriage yearly. Website: 🤍antaihospitals.com Email: enquiry🤍antaihospitals.com Patents Exclusive to Antai Hospital: (1) A method for diagnosing immunity recurrent spontaneous abortion and method for treating and monitoring 🤍 (2) A pharmaceutical composition used for treating recurrent spontaneous abortion and method thereof 🤍 Disclaimer: All of the information on this channel is for educational purposes and not intended to be specific/personal medical advice from me to you. Watching the videos or getting answers to comments/questions, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. If you have your own doctor, perhaps these videos can help prepare you for your discussion with your doctor. If you wish to consult with our doctors, please get in touch with us and we can arrange an online consultation.
Researchers say they’ve found an association between the percentage of cytogenetically abnormal cells at allogeneic stem cell transplant (ASCT) and posttransplant outcomes in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS).
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My personal experience with HPV and Abnormal Cells, being referred for a Colposcopy & received LLETZ Treatment/ Loop Biopsy. This is a super personal one! Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 4:01 Initial Phonecall 15:58 The Colposcopy 29:52 Lletz Treatment 38:53 Recovery and Aftercare Check out my shop for cruelty-free and vegan beauty products! ♥ 🤍becxbeauty.co.uk ♥ Affiliate Links - this means I get a commission from sales made through a specific link which will be marked with an asterisk. I’m always interested in hearing feedback or knowing if anyone wants to collaborate with me. My work email is becxblogs🤍gmail.com ★★ Give me some love on social media! ★★ ♥ Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/BecxBlogs ♥ Instagram: 🤍instagram.com/becxblogs ♥ Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/becxblogs ★★ What I use! ★★ ♥ Edited using Adobe Premier Pro CC ♥ Filmed using Canon G7X Mark ii OR Canon 600D with Tamron 17-55mm 2.8f lens ♥ Thumbnail edited on Adobe Photoshop ♥ Music: 🤍bensound.com, 🤍purple-planet.com & YouTube Creator Studio