Pre-cervical cancer is also known as local stage car car car carathecular cancer. At this stage, abnormal carthmlast cells begin to appear in the lining of the cervical that has not yet penetrated deep into the main tissue, which has not yet spread to other parts.
1. Pre-cervical cancer lesions
Cervical endothistmosis or cervical inversion is one of the common melanoma cell abnormalities of the lining of the cervical, which is at risk of malignancy but has not yet entered the padding layers of the uterus. This condition usually occurs in the transition zone between the strata parquetic with the glandular pattern, also known as the cylindrical pattern of the cervical.
Cervical endal carnity is common between the ages of 30 and 50 years old, which is one of the pre-cervical cancer lesions due to the possible progress to local cancer that leads to cervical invasion that forms cervical cancer. This lesion is formed in the cervical paved tissue due to the infection of at least 1 high-risk HPV typ. That's the predress of cervical invasive cancer. Therefore, the early detection of these lesions is important in the early diagnosis of cervical cancer.
Depending on the number of abnormally damaged cells, cervical cancer is divided into the following stages:
- CIN I: Abnormal number of celles accounts for 1⁄3 of the tissue layer thickness.
- CIN II: Abnormal number of celles accounts for 2⁄3 of the tissue layer thickness.
- CIN III: Abnormal number of anthercinent cells occupying the entire thickness of the hemage layer.
Nowadays, for greater convenience for the diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer, pre-cervical cancer lesions are classified into two categories: low-paved car cariture lesions (LSIL) and lesions in the altitude paved carther tissue (HSIL) to match the results of the cellular test.
In the risk of invasive cervical cancer in women, HSIL results are one of the important factors. According to a study of HSIL's 5-year pre-cancer risk assessment in women between the ages of 30-64 years, it shows that, at this age, abnormal cervical smear results are shown in the single HSIL table, lesions in the cervical carthothm at stage 2 or even more severe.
2. Causes of pre-cervical cancer
The cause of pre-cervical cancer is mainly due to infection with at least 1 high-risk HPV typ in the genitals that are commonly typs such as 16, 18,31, 33, 35, 39, 41, 45, 51….
Some risk factors for cervical cancerinfection:
- Due to early sex.
- Due to unsafe sex, not living faithfully as a husband and wife.
- Due to repeated childbirth.
- Due to improper cleaning of the genitals.
- Due to the non-radical treatment of diseases of the uterus and genitals such as inflammation.
- Smoking is also one of the risk factors contributing to an increased likelihood of cervical cancer infection.
- Due to diseases of immuno-deterioration,diabetes mellitus …
The pre-cervical stage usually has no clinical manifestations. After this period, about 5-10% of patients will progress to cancer due to the transformation of HPV viruses in the uterus.
In people infected with high-risk HPV virus in combination with other risk factors that will produce initial lesions, these lesions can survive and progress over the past 10-20 years through the stages of cervical endi carnation to gradually form on cervical cancer.
Cervical cancer is one of the dangerous diseases, which not only affects the woman's fertility, but can also meta metalyse spread to other parts that affect health. Therefore, it is necessary to detect early diagnosis to have treatment options from the first days of HPV infection to avoid the effects later.
In order to help customers detect and treat other gynecologic diseases early, Share99 International Health Hub has a basic gynecologicexamination and screening package, helping customers detect inflammatory diseases early, making treatment easy and inexpensive. Screening for early detection of gynecologic cancer(Cervical cancer) even if there are no symptoms.
The basic gynecology examination and screening package for female clients, with no age limit and possible symptoms as follows:
- Abnormal bleeding of the vaginal area
- Menstrual problems: abnormally long cycles, irregular menstruation
- Abnormal vaginal translation (bad smell, unusual color)
- Pain, itching of the closed area
- Female customers have a few risk factors such as bad personal hygiene, unsafe sex,abortion, ,…
- Female customers have other symptoms such as abnormal vaginal discharge, itching, pain in the closed area, abnormal vaginal bleeding.
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