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Information On Colposcopy

Information On Colposcopy

When searching for information on colposcopy procedure, it is stated that cryosurgery is often done at the same time to remove abnormal tissue on the cervix. It is a way for a doctor to examine the cervix of the patient, if Pap smear tests have shown abnormal cells. During the procedure the doctor looks through a colposcope that shines alight on the cervix and magnifies the view. When searching for information on colposcopy procedure, it is stated that cryosurgery is often done at the same time to remove abnormal tissue on the cervix.

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Information On Colposcopy

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Cryosurgery, Cervix

Special solution is used to locate the abnormalities, that become white and clearly seen. If the abnormal areas are small, they can be removed during the same visit with a biopsy. Both procedures usually take 20-30 minutes to perform and may cause slight discomfort. When searching for information on colposcopy procedure, it is stated that cryosurgery is often done at the same time to remove abnormal tissue on the cervix.

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