What does CIN 1 mild dysplasia mean?

CIN 1 is not cancer and usually goes away on its own without treatment, but sometimes it can become cancer and spread into nearby tissue. CIN 1 is sometimes called low-grade or mild dysplasia. Also called cervical squamous intraepithelial neoplasia 1.

What are the different levels of dysplasia?

There are 3 levels: CIN I (mild dysplasia) CIN II (moderate to marked dysplasia) CIN III (severe dysplasia to carcinoma in situ)

What is dysplasia low-grade?

Low-grade dysplasia means that some of the cells look abnormal when seen under the microscope. These cells may look a lot like cancer cells in some ways, but unlike cancer, they do not have the ability to spread all over your body.

What stage of cancer is dysplasia?

Stage 0 means that there are severely abnormal cells in the inner lining of the oesophagus. Doctors sometimes call this high grade dysplasia (HGD).

Should I worry about CIN1?

CIN 1 – it’s unlikely the cells will become cancerous and they may go away on their own; no treatment is needed and you’ll be invited for a cervical screening test in 12 months to check they’ve gone. CIN 2 – there’s a moderate chance the cells will become cancerous and treatment to remove them is usually recommended.

Does CIN 1 Go Away?

Mild dysplasia (CIN 1) usually goes away on its own. Moderate (CIN 2) and severe (CIN 3) dysplasia indicate more serious changes. The Pap test, also called a Pap smear or cervical cytology screening, checks for abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix and allows early treatment so that they do not become cancer.

What is a high grade dysplasia?

High grade dysplasia (HGD) refers to precancerous changes in the cells of the esophagus. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can be complicated by Barrett’s esophagus (BE), a change in the normal esophageal cells to intestinal-like cells. BE cells can become abnormal or dysplastic.

How long does it take to go from CIN1 to CIN3?

There are three grades of CIN (CIN1,2&3) and even CIN3 starts 10 years before cervical cancer. CIN2 & CIN3 are high grade changes and need to be treated to prevent future risk of cervical cancer whereas CIN1 (low grade changes) will often resolve spontaneously.

How serious is mild dysplasia?

In most cases, mild dysplasia resolves on its own and doesn’t become cancerous. Your doctor may recommend follow-up in a year to check for additional changes. If you have severe dysplasia (CIN II or III), your doctor may recommend treatment, such as surgery or other procedures to remove the abnormal cells.

Can low grade dysplasia be cured?

Radiofrequency ablation may be used in patients with low-grade dysplasia. For confirmed low-grade dysplasia without life-limiting comorbidity, the preferred treatment modality is endoscopic therapy. However, an acceptable alternative is endoscopic surveillance every 12 months.

Is dysplasia a cancer?

A term used to describe the presence of abnormal cells within a tissue or organ. Dysplasia is not cancer, but it may sometimes become cancer. Dysplasia can be mild, moderate, or severe, depending on how abnormal the cells look under a microscope and how much of the tissue or organ is affected.

How long does it take for low grade dysplasia to turn into cancer?

These conditions are not yet cancer. But if they aren’t treated, there is a chance that these abnormal changes may become cervical cancer. If left untreated, it may take 10 years or more for precancerous conditions of the cervix to turn into cervical cancer, but in rare cases this can happen in less time.

¿Cuál es el tratamiento para la displasia leve?

A menudo, con la displasia leve (CIN I), no se necesita ningún tratamiento. En la mayoría de los casos, la displasia leve se resuelve por sí sola y no se vuelve cancerosa. Tu médico puede recomendar un seguimiento en un año para controlar si hay cambios adicionales.

¿Cuál es el tratamiento para la lesión de Nico 1?

Si al cabo de dos años la lesión persiste se puede continuar con el seguimiento a la paciente o considerar tratamientos como la crioterapia, electrofulguración y conización. Para las mujeres embarazadas con NIC-1, se prefiere la colposcopia.

¿Cuáles son los tratamientos agresivos para La NIC-1?

Los tratamiento agresivos como la crioterapia, electrofulguración y conización no están recomendados. La NIC-1 sobre todo en mujeres jóvenes curan en un gran porcentaje de los casos aún sin tratamiento alguno. El seguimiento de la paciente con NIC-1 se deber realizar haciendo una colposcopía.

¿Cómo se hace el seguimiento de una paciente con NIC-1?

El seguimiento de la paciente con NIC-1 se deber realizar haciendo una colposcopía. Si ésta es negativa se debe realizar un año después una colposcopía o en su lugar una citología y test de adn de VPH. Para las mujeres con NIC-1 que tienen entre 21-24 años, se recomienda un seguimiento con citología a intervalos de 12 meses.