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I had a scant benign endocervical and squamous mucosa in a background of mucus debris with no evidence of dysplasia or malignancy. What do I do next? I am 60 years and would like to know about what the doctor found.
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I'm not a doctor and you should verify with him/her, but it appears to be good news- benign means non-cancerous and no evidence of dysplasia means no abnormal development in the endocervical lining in this case and no malignancy means no cancer.
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