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Vaccines are available to protect and prevent HPV if given prior to exposure to HPV. There are typically no signs or symptoms associated with cervical dysplasia during the latent stage. Therefore, it is vital to go for a Pap test and pelvic exam regularly. Genital warts are occasional signs to look out for. If treat early remission without development of cervical cancer is usual, or can take many years to result in cervical cancer.Predisposing factors of Cervical dysplasia early onset sexual activity, multiple partners, exposure to HPV/HIV, low immune system and smoking. Smoking as well can cause exacerbations of dysplasia. It is advised to stop smoking to prevent exacerbation. 3.Compare and contrast the various types of common cellular adaptations, focusing on dysplasia and the testing for this condition. Atrophy- is when the cell reduces in size and decreases as it is decreasing in function. Hypertrophy- is when the cells and tissue increase in size.Hyperplasia- is when we have more cells being formed and as a result the tissue is increasingin size. Metaplasia- is when one tissue type is replaced by another tissue type. Dysplasia-is abnormal growth of cells within a tissue, which may precede or indicates development of cancer. The doctor can take a biopsy of the cervical tissue, which can test fordysplasia