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Had leep and it doesn't match my colposcopy. My physician said the leep results were great and to just follow up in a year. After reading pathology report on my leep with top hat, I'm concerned maybe she didn't perform the leep correctly? It seems like it was mainly ectocervix and not endocervix? Any one have any insight?
Colposcopy biopsy results read "transformation zone with high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (CIN 3) in a background of low squamous intraepithelial lesion (CIN 1)"
A.cervical leep biopsy and extra left layers tissue.
-benign ectocervical squamous epithelium
-minute benign collumnar/grandular epithelium
-no HPV changes, dysplasia or neoplasia is evident
B. Cervical top hat with extra left latera tissue
-benign fibromuscular tissue
-no surface or grandular epithelium seen.
-no HPV changes, dysplasia,or neoplasia is evident
A.Sections reveal cervical epithelium (predominantly ectocervical squamous epithelium with focal minute edocervical columnar epithelium with mild chronic inflammation suggesting tissue near the transformation zone between ectocervical and endocervical mucosa. No low grade or high grade epithelial dysplasia, hpv cytopathic effect, or malignant neoplasia seen.
B.sections reveal benign fibromuscular(sub epithelial stromal) tissues. No surface or subsurface grandular epithelium is seen. No dysplasia/HPV changes or malignant neoplasia is seen.
Pathologist comments: no HPV cytopathic effect, low grade or high grade dysplasia, or neoplasia seen. The specimen is composed of predominantly ectocervical squamous epithelium. Only scant columnar / grandular (transformation zone) epithelium is seen suggesting limited transformation zone edge sampling. Since HPV/dysplasia involves transformation zone more commonly than ectocervix, recommend close follow up pap/HPV test surveillance to ensure normality.