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is mild non-specific inflammation harmful?
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is mild non-specific inflammation harmful?
i am suffering from abdominal severe pain. i have consultaed the doctor and the report specifies that there is mild non-specific inflammation under the headind: other non neopalstic findigs and ASCUS- a typical squamous cels of uncertain significance under the heading epithelial abnormalities...so can i know whether it is harmfull? thank you..waiting for the reply...
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What kind of diagnostic test did you have?
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