cervical carcinoma in situ

cervical carcinoma in situ

Gynecology An SCC of the cervix, that usually arises in a CIN, which invades < 5 mm in greatest dimension. See Cervical cancer, CIN, Pap smear.
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Rates of cervical carcinoma in situ (a precancerous condition) peak in both black and white women between the ages of 25 and 35.
They used a standardized questionnaire to interview women who had newly diagnosed, histologically confirmed cervical carcinoma in situ or invasive cervical cancer, as well as age-matched women without these forms of cancer.
The investigators pooled data on 2,800 women diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer or cervical carcinoma in situ in seven case-control studies in five countries.