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The Bethesda system TBS is a system for reporting cervical or vaginal cytologic diagnoses, [1] used for reporting Pap smear results. It was introduced in [2] and revised in , [3] , [1] [4] [5] and Additionally, the Bethesda system is used for cytopathology of thyroid nodules. The results are calculated differently following a Pap smear of the cervix. It is usually diagnosed following a Pap smear. CIN 1 is the most common and most benign form of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and usually resolves spontaneously within two years.

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The Bethesda system TBS is a system for reporting cervical or vaginal cytologic diagnoses, [1] used for reporting Pap smear results. It was introduced in [2] and revised in , [3] , [1] [4] [5] and Additionally, the Bethesda system is used for cytopathology of thyroid nodules. The results are calculated differently following a Pap smear of the cervix. It is usually diagnosed following a Pap smear. CIN 1 is the most common and most benign form of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and usually resolves spontaneously within two years.

Because of this, LSIL results can be managed with a simple "watch and wait" philosophy. Treatment involves removal of the affected tissue, which can be accomplished by LEEP , cryosurgery , cone biopsy , or laser ablation.

It is usually diagnosed following a Pap test. In some cases these lesions can lead to invasive cervical cancer , if not followed appropriately. HSIL does not mean that cancer is present.

This tissue is sent for pathology testing to assign a histologic classification that is more definitive than a Pap smear result which is a cytologic finding. Other methods include cryotherapy , cautery, or laser ablation, but none are performed on pregnant women for fear of disrupting the pregnancy.

Adenocarcinoma can arise from the endocervix, endometrium and extrauterine sites. The management of AGC is colposcopy with or without an endometrial biopsy. The Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology is the system used to report whether the thyroid cytological specimen is benign or malignant on fine-needle aspiration cytology FNAC.

It can be divided into six categories:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Spanish footballer, see Agus footballer. Thyroid cytopathology of Bethesda category III with clotting artifact.

Am Fam Physician. Second edition of 'The Bethesda System for reporting cervical cytology' — Atlas, website, and Bethesda interobserver reproducibility project. CytoJournal [serial online] [cited Apr 17]; April Springer; Am J Obstet Gynecol. Biopsy correlates of abnormal cervical cytology classified using the Bethesda system. Gynecologic Oncology. Natural history of cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions: a meta-analysis.

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However, other pathogens EBV, Chlamydia have been reported on cervical samples with abnormal results. Zika virus ZIKV has been found to induce cellular abnormalities on different tissues and its presence has been identified on genital secretions. Methods: Two real-time PCR has been made on cervical samples from the gynecological service of a third level hospital on Guayaquil-Ecuador. This work was part of a bigger study of ZIKV presence on different body fluids.

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AGUS subgroups may be subcategorized in endometrial or endocervical on the basis of origin. Endocervical AGUS should be further qualified, but the analysis of atypical glandular cells may be really difficult and the conclusive diagnosis is frequently "AGUS not otherwise specified". The subclassification of ASCUS and AGUS is useful for an appropriate clinical management, but pertinent patient information such as age, date of last menstrual period, mechanical therapies, tamoxifen therapy, and others is needed to avoid an overdiagnosis and consequently an overtreatment. In fact various subgroups require different clinical management. Therefore, an effective communication between cytopathologists and referring physicians is essential in the analysis of squamous and glandular atypias.

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