|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|hsil pap smear||0.55||0.9||9846||100|
|hsil pap cpt||1.59||0.1||8517||10|
|hsil icd 10||0.92||0.6||6365||25|
HSIL stands for high grade cervical squamous intraepithelial lesion. When a doctor says your test shows HSIL, she means that the cells are not normal-looking.Does HSIL mean you have cancer?
HSIL does not mean that cancer is present. Of all women with HSIL results, 2% or less have invasive cervical cancer at that time, however about 20% would progress to having invasive cervical cancer without treatment.How is HSIL treated?
HSIL treatment involves the removal or destruction of the affected cells, usually by LEEP. Other methods include cryotherapy, cautery, or laser ablation, but none are performed on pregnant women for fear of disrupting the pregnancy.What is HSIL PAP?
High grade squamous intraepithelial lesion or HSIL is a finding on the cervical tissues following a Pap smear. HSIL is a type of cervical dysplasia found in microscopic analysis of the cervical cells.