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Hi all, hoping someone can help de-code some lab language for me... Just had a letter from hospital 6 weeks post-LLETZ saying they had sent results to GP and that I should come back in 6 months. I inferred from this that the procedure must have been successful, which is great, but it seems strange to have to infer, and not just be told?
My GP's office is impossible to get through to for test results, so I called the clinic and asked them to send me a copy of the results and it says: 'RESULTS/ PROCEDURES: histology report: LLETZ biopsy of cervix - Background of low grade dsykaryosis (CIN I) and extensive residual high grade dyskaryosis (CIN 3), neither lesion involving any margins with no microinfiltration of CGIN'. I don't understand this - the grammar makes it impossible to know if margins are clear? And I thought residual stuff was what you found after LLETZ? If its a 6 month call back, it must be fine, right?