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Cervical Dysplasia (cont.)

Cervical Dysplasia Prognosis

Low-grade cervical dysplasia (LGSIL and/or CIN1) often spontaneously resolves without treatment, but follow-up screening is recommended. Untreated high grade cervical dysplasia may progress to cervical cancer over time. Surgical treatment of cervical dysplasia cures approximately 90% of women, meaning that 10% of women will have a recurrence of the dysplasia after treatment that will require additional treatment.

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