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Pap Smeer

A pap smeer, or pap smear, is performed on the cervical tissue and if an abnormality is found a cone biopsy is done to determine severity. This simple procedure enables doctors to examine the cells from the cervix and identify cancerous and precancerous cells and abnormal changes. The test shows abnormalities on the earliest and the most treatable stages, so every woman should be examined annually. A pap smeer, or pap smear, is performed on the cervical tissue and if an abnormality is found a cone biopsy is done to determine severity.

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Pap Smeer

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Cervical, Cone Biopsy

The procedure takes about 10-15 minutes and is rather painless, but may cause slight discomfort. If abnormalities are found, it is necessary to perform additional tests, such as colposcopy and biopsy to make a proper diagnosis and determine the nature of the abnormalities. A pap smeer, or pap smear, is performed on the cervical tissue and if an abnormality is found a cone biopsy is done to determine severity.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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