Problem description: The complete squamous-columnar junction scj can be seen in the result of colposcopy, normal transition zone, thin acetate white epithelium, SCJ, type II, cervical hypertrophy, iodine+, vinegar white (-), I I would like to ask what the doctor means
Question date:2020-11-03
Patient information:Age: 52 years old Gender: Female
Problem analysis: Intact squamous-columnar junctions can be seen under colposcopy, and the meaning of thin acetate white epithelium.
Guidelines: This is a description seen by the colposcopy. The doctor considers that there may be low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia, which is a precancerous lesion of cervical cancer, so cervical biopsy is required exclude.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection