IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 12, December 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Dr. Usha Sarma, Dr. J. Mahanta, Dr. K. Talukdar
Cervical dysplasia and invasive cervical cancer can be diagnosed by detection of epithelial cell abnormality (ECA) in a cervical scrapping from a clinically suspicious women by means of cervical cytology study popularly known as pap test. Aim and objective of the present study to different cervical lesion with the help of pap smear and categorize them according to the Bethesda system. The samples were collected from 242 numbers of women aged 20-65 years for the research methodology , alcohol fixed and stained with papanicolaou stain. The result of the study revealed detection of cervical cancer and dyspalsia in 3.53 % of the total cases studied. 88.05% cases were negative for malignancy and ECA with 11.95% out of which 29.63 % smears were equally having LSIL, HSIL and invasive squamous cell carcinoma. Study concluded that pap test has a definite role in early detection of cervical cancer and dysplasia.