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Before application of acetic acid: The cervix appears normal. The SCJ is fully visible.
Cervix before application of acetic acid:
After application of acetic acid: The SCJ is visible as a prominent white line between the columnar epithelium and the squamous epithelium. No acetowhite area.
Cervix after application of acetic acid:
Squamocolumnar junction visibility:
Squamocolumnar junction location:
Determined eligibility for ablative treatment (if HPV-positive):
Histopathology: Not done
Remarks: After application of acetic acid, the SCJ appears as a sharp, prominent white line at the junction between the squamous epithelium and the columnar epithelium. This is normal and is categorized as VIA-negative.