CIN (cervical intraepithelial neoplasia) - dysplasias

Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia is a cell change that occurs in the cervical area and is usually caused by human papilloma viruses. A CIN cell change can take on different degrees of severity. A distinction is made between CIN I (mild cell change), CIN II (moderate cell change) and CIN III (severe cell change).

CIN is subject to a natural progression. This means that a mild cell change (CIN I) can develop into a severe cell change (CIN III) in the course of time. However, it is also possible for changes to regress or completely disappear.

It is important to know that cancer can develop on the basis of severe cell changes. Therefore, severe cell changes should be treated so that cancer cannot develop.

I will be happy to advise you about HPV, dysplasia and prevention and treatment options during a personal consultation.