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Abnormal growth of cells in the cervix which is not cancer but may develop into cancer. The degree of abnormality is graded according to severity eg CIN 1, CIN 2. CIN is the abbreviation for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia which is also known as cervical dysplasia. ...more »
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