PAP SMEAR TEST (VAGINAL CYTOLOGY) IN 35 Y FEMALE

A CASE OF PID (PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE ) Chief Complaints 35 y FEMALE C/O LOWER ABDOMEN PAIN AND VAGINAL DISCHARGE History G2 P2 NORMAL VAGINAL DELIVERIES NO SIGNIFICANT PAST HISTORY OF ANY DISEASES,ILLNESSES Vitals GC AVERAGE BP 120/80MMHG PR 76/MIN Physical Examination C/o WHITISH VAGINAL DISCHARGE AND LOWER ABDOMEN PAIN Investigations CBC /HIV /HBSAG/VDRL /USG PELVIS/PAP SMEAR TEST Diagnosis CBC WITHIN NORMAL LIMIT HIV /HBSAG /VDRL /ALL NON REACTIVE USG PELVIS NAD PAP SMEARS THE PAP STAINED SMEARS SHOW SUPERFICIAL AND INTERMEDIATE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL CELLS AMIDST THE INFLAMMATORY BACKGROUND COMPRISING OF POLYMORPHS. INFLAMMATORY SMEARS Management THE PATIENT WAS PRESCRIBED ANTIBIOTICS AND SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT AND FOLLOW UP WAS ADVISED

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