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HOW PREVENT CERVICAL CANCER

April 2009

Cervical cancer is one of the most difficult tests that can vypasty on the fate of women. But everyone has a chance to avoid it.

HOW?

Many oncologists observation shows that reducing deaths from cervical cancer depends not only on improving treatment methods of how to improve the timely diagnosis and treatment peredpuhlynnyh disease. Early diagnosis and timely treatment of precancerous conditions reduces the incidence of cervical cancer in 20 times. This helps maintain the health and lives of hundreds of thousands of women.

What you should know about cervical cancer?

• The emergence and development of cervical cancer is not rapid, but passes gradually through a series of precancerous changes that can last 10-12 years.
• Occurrence of cervical cancer precede violation of division and maturation of cells of cervical mucus. This condition is considered precancerous and called dysplasia.
• dysplasia and even cancer at early stages of asymptomatic flow not accompanied by pains or not typical of allocation.
• To see the pre-change naked eye is difficult, sometimes impossible.

To identify pre-and early stages of cervical cancer is the most effective screening, which includes a deeper study of changes in the uterus shyytsi with special tests, namely the Pap test, visual tests (VIA) and (VILI), colposcopy, digital kolpohrafiyi . The combination of diagnostic tests significantly increases the effectiveness of screening of cervical cancer.

HOW conducted TEST

• Pap test - cytological study of cervical smear cells after special staining. Getting a stroke is a relatively simple procedure performed by gynecologist or obstetrician. After withdrawal of the neck in a mirror, plastic scrub held capture cells from the cervix and tservi Kalnysh channel. After special staining smear study specialist tsytolohom.

• VIA - visual assessment of changes in cervical mucus after processing 2% solution of acetic acid.

• VILI - visual assessment of changes in cervical mucus after processing solution lugol.

• Colposcopy - cervical test method with optical zoom.

• Digital kolpohrafiya - study of the most changed areas cervix in the picture with digital zoom.

All tests are completely painless. Intake of material takes a few minutes.

Irregularity fence material (inappropriate tools, presence of acute inflammatory process) can lead to diagnostic errors.

WHEN TO OBTAIN STUDY RESULTS?

Research results available in 1-2 weeks.

As evidenced by PAP TEST RESULTS

Most women can get information but they are healthy. But sometimes in the swabs is atypiya cell, which is proof peredpuhlynnyh changes. Light atypiya often associated with mild dysplasia, expressed atypiya evidence of severe dysplasia, even the initial cancer. In this case the woman is subject to further examination - target biopsy and cervical tservi Kalnysh channel.

Biopsy - a small seizure (several millimeters) pieces cervix to investigate histologically, which allows a final diagnosis.

Timely detection of dysplasia makes it possible to cure it and prevent the development of cervical cancer. Treatment is conducted in specialized classrooms and clinics.

After treatment of dysplasia should be repeat-depth survey quarterly for 2 years, then annually.

How do I prepare FOR THE TEST?

Special preparation of the test is not required.

Tests carried out before the beginning of instrumental and other medication procedures, preferably in the second half cycle.

Sine qua non of quality of diagnosis is the availability of special tools to collect material

From the ages pass NEED Screening?
Subject to screening women aged 18 to 65 years.

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