Erosion

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Erosion

A negative impact on one or more of a firm's existing assets.

Erosion

1. The gradual loss of an asset's value. See also: Depreciation.

2. The wearing away of real estate caused by natural events. For example, a rising sea level may erode a beach front property. Erosion can reduce the property's value.

erosion

The slow wearing away by natural forces such as water and wind.

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Cervical erosion, cervicitis and PID should be diagnosed by complete gynaecological examination; pH test and Whiff test has no role in diagnosis.
Examination cases=104 Percentage of CIN Cases Normal 14 13.46% CIN1 = 11 Cervical erosion 88 84.61% CIN1 = 15 CIN2 = 3 CIN3 = 1 Suspicious 2 1.92% CIN2 = 1 looking cervix Sq cell ca = 1 Total 104 100% 32 Table 3: Age wise distribution Number of No.
Patients with unhealthy cervix diagnosed by speculm examination like, cervical erosion, cervical polyp, condylomas.
CHECK IT OUT Bleeding after sex may be caused by cervical polyps, an infection called chlamydia or cervical erosion. All are easily treatable.
Table 1 Surgical indications Number of cases Percentage Uterine prolapse 152 49 % Fibroid uterus 71 22.9% Dysfunctional uterine bleeding 41 13.3% Chronic cervicitis with cervical erosion 36 11.6% Others 10 3.2% Table 2 Age in years Number of cases Percentage <20 0 0 21-30 07 12.9% 31-40 09 16.8% 41-50 11 20.3% 51-60 19 35.2% >60 08 14.8% Table 3 Coexistence with CIN3 Number of cases percentage Microinvasive carcinoma of cervix 6 11.12 % Leiomyoma 2 3.7% adenomyosis 2 3.7% Nil 44 81.48 %
My GP examined me and said I have cervical erosion. Is this anything to worry about?
On pelvic examination cervix was hypertrophied, cervical erosion was present.