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Precancerous Cells Cervix

For precancerous cells, cervix can be treated using cryosurgery or LEEP procedure. CIN (cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia) is not a cancer, but can develop into cancer in some women. There are three types of CIN: CIN 1, CIN 2, and CIN 3. The abnormalities in the first stage are quite minor and will often disappear without requiring any treatment. For precancerous cells, cervix can be treated using cryosurgery or LEEP procedure.

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Precancerous Cells Cervix

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Cryosurgery, LEEP Procedure

CIN 2 and 3 are more likely to develop into cancer if treatment is not given, it may take several years. The treatment for this condition is very simple and can be done in an out-patient settings. It may be laser therapy, cryotherapy, cold coagulation, and others methods. For precancerous cells, cervix can be treated using cryosurgery or LEEP procedure.

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

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