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Pap Smear After Hysterectomy

Pap Smear After Hysterectomy

A pap smear after hysterectomy or cone biopsy helps to determine if vaginosis or any atypical cells are left. Removal associated to cervical cancer or Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection history, which is commonly associated with vaginal and cervical cancer, reinforces this preference. Although vaginal cancer is rare when there are no other linked threats, routine cytology exams for women with a uterus removed is still preferred. A pap smear after hysterectomy or cone biopsy helps to determine if vaginosis or any atypical cells are left.

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Pap Smear After Hysterectomy

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Cone Biopsy, Vaginosis

Regular screening for women who have had their uterus removed has been found to be less useful even though vaginal cancer can advance more rapidly. Screening for cervical cancer allows cancer to be detected in early stages before it becomes progressive. A pap smear after hysterectomy or cone biopsy helps to determine if vaginosis or any atypical cells are left.

Other Topics: HPV Virus, Picture of HPV Infection, HPV, HPV Picture Symptom Wart, Colposcopy HPV, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Cure, Cervical Cancer Symptom, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Treatment

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

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