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• CIN is a relatively common problem.
• CIN1 may be managed conservatively in appropriate circumstances.
• CIN2/3 should be treated.
• Excisional or ablative treatments are available.
• Patients should be counselled and techniques used appropriate to individual situations.
• Overall treatments are >90% effective.
• Women diagnosed with CIN remain at risk of recurrent or persistent CIN and the development of cervical carcinoma.
• Follow-up is essential.
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