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In spite of significant advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cervical diseases, cervical pathology remains the most important problem in modern gynaecology. The study of patients' medical history, somatic and gynecological status may determine the risk factors of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia.
Objective. To study the history history, general health, and reproductive system organ status in female patients with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in order to identify a risk group of women with this pathology.
Material of the study. The investigation was carried out at the Regional Perinatal Center of Samarkand where general clinical, gynecological methods were studied in 100 women diagnosed with CIN I-II-III (study group I). A control group (II) consisted of 50 women without cervical pathology. CIN was diagnosed by means of extended cervical video coloroscopy using a SCANER video coloroscope with a computer and special software.
Results. Oncological history taking revealed that 40% of the patients in the first group and 32% of the patients in the second group had family history of oncological diseases - breast cancer, cervical cancer, gastrointestinal cancer.
Conclusions. Women of reproductive age require systematic physical examination because of the large number of somatic pathologies that may be the background to inflammatory genital diseases of viral and mixed etiology.