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Loop Biopsy

A loop biopsy performed after a colposcopy exam can be replaced with cryosurgery. The operation is usually done under local or general anesthesia and causes little discomfort, though some bleeding and itching afterwards is possible. The removed tissue is send to the laboratory. During the procedure, a fine wire with electrical energy flowing through it is used. A loop biopsy performed after a colposcopy exam can be replaced with cryosurgery.

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Loop Biopsy

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Colposcopy, Cryosurgery

This procedure may be done during the initial colposcopy exam, because the problem is treated and diagnosed. It can treat and diagnose cervical dysplasia, often replacing conization. "LLETZ" or "LEEP" is the procedure for removing abnormal areas of the cervix. A loop biopsy performed after a colposcopy exam can be replaced with cryosurgery.

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