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Anal Dysplasia, HPV, Cancer, HIV
Dec 26, 2010

I have recently had an anal pap smear and dont understand the diagnoses, if or if not something is wrong, can you help me out?

Clinical History: HIV Pos, HPV, and History of Anal Cancer.

Diagnosis A) Anus - Reactive superficial squamous cells present in backgrounds of benign glandular cells and acellular debris.

A-A) History Noted. Cytotechnologist:

Thank you and hope you can help me out.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

It doesn't appear that any is wrong given that report. That could be a good thing, or the sampling was not sufficient and there wasn't enough cells from any area of concern.



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