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Positive Pap Smear

After a positive pap smear, a colposcopy exam is necessary to determine the problem; if it is serious, cone biopsy is used for treating the area affected by human papillomavirus. Though revealed abnormalities in the cells are not always linked to cervical cancer since the cells may change in size and shape due to different causes, the test is helpful for managing cancer at the early stages. This increases the chances for being cured. After a positive pap smear, a colposcopy exam is necessary to determine the problem; if it is serious, cone biopsy is used for treating the area affected by human papillomavirus.

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Positive Pap Smear

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Cone Biopsy, Human Papillomavirus

Abnormalities in the cells may indicate a benign growth, precancerous growth, or cancer. This result is diagnosed when there appear changes in the cells of the cervix that can be caused by cervical cancer, vaginal infections, HPV, HIV, and other conditions. After a positive pap smear, a colposcopy exam is necessary to determine the problem; if it is serious, cone biopsy is used for treating the area affected by human papillomavirus.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Picture, HPV Cure, HPV Wart, Pregnant with HPV, Type of Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, Cervix Cancer, ASCUS Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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