I have had 'atypical cells" found in my cytology a half dozen times or more in the past all by the same pathologist without having a FISH test ordered. The same pathologist did my last cytology in early January, found atypical cells and now wants to do a FISH test. My urologist interprets the recent test as negative for high grade cells. So why now after reporting atypical cells in the past, and doing no follow-up would the pathologist order a FISH test? I was found NED last October. I'm not happy that my urologist totally ignored that same posted question.