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Abnormal cervical cytology distribution Cytology result Frequency Percent ASC-H 5 3 ASCUS 103 62 Atypical glandular cells 6 4 HGSIL 8 5 LGSIL 44 27 Total 166 100 Table 3.
At the visit defined as a progression visit 35% had progressed to ASCUS, 0.37% ASCH, 57% to LGSIL, 7% to HGSIL, and 0.41% to cancer.
If cytology at this first year of follow-up of the original ASC-US or LGSIL is HGSIL or greater, colposcopy should be done.
Of the abnormal Pap specimens, 124 (61%) were reported as AS-CUS, 68 (33.5%) reported as LGSIL, and 11 (5%) reported as HGSIL.
Total results (N) (N) (N) (N) Normal 73 304 10 387 ASCUS 12 18 0 30 LGSIL 24 17 2 43 HGSIL 5 0 1 6 Total 114 339 13 464 Table II.
In the single-visit group, 16 women had Pap smears that were diagnosed as HGSIL or AGUS.
In contrast, 19 women in the usual-care group had Pap smear diagnoses of HGSIL or AGUS, but only 10 of them (53%) initiated follow-up treatment.
Most of Pap abnormalities were reported as ASCUS (67.3%) or AGCUS (21%); 10.9% were LGSIL; and 0.9% were HGSIL. More important, no women in the first year were found to have high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN).
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