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A cervical cone or conization is performed after a colposcopy had found warrant for removal, and a penile wart is not related to this. After it there may be some scraping or discomfort for a week or so. The procedure is performed underanesthesia fasting for 6-8 hours. The test is done when results of the biopsy of the cervix indicate precancerous cells or if it has not revealed the cause of an abnormal Pap smear. A cervical cone or conization is performed after a colposcopy had found warrant for removal, and a penile wart is not related to this.

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Cervical Cone

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Colposcopy, Penile Wart

A cold knife, punch, or colposcopy-directed biopsy is done to obtain a sample of abnormal tissue from the cervix for examination. Patients with high-grade lesions, especially carcinoma in situ, are usually managed by biopsy or hysterectomy. Biopsy alone is usually sufficient to management CIN; electrocautery excision is also an option. A cervical cone or conization is performed after a colposcopy had found warrant for removal, and a penile wart is not related to this.

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

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