During pregnancy, the only diagnosis that may alter management is invasive cancer. Thus, the primary aim of the cytological screening and subsequent colposcopy performed during pregnancy should be the exclusion of invasive cancer, “Practice Bulletin No. 140: management of abnormal cervical cancer screening test results and cervical cancer precursors,” (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 2013) . However, the impact of the delivery on the regression of the cervical lesions is still debated. This data article concerns the post-partum evaluation of colposcopic patterns, cytological and histopathology findings in women diagnosed with abnormal cervical cytology in pregnancy, included in the paper entitled “Reliability of colposcopy during pregnancy” (Ciavattini et al., 2018). Data about the rates of persistence, progression and regression of CIN after delivery are reported.
ASJC Scopus subject areas