Cervical Dysplasia is a precancerous condition in which the cells of the inner lining of the cervix, the connection between vagina and uterus, show abnormal growth and division.
This condition is most commonly seen in women under the age of 30, but can develop at any age.
Based on the extent of abnormality, cervical dysplasia can be classified as mild, moderate or severe dysplasia. With timely and appropriate treatment, women with cervical dysplasia may have very good prognosis.
If left untreated, this may increase the risk of cervical cancer.