Health Science Report
Site Navigation



Research that helps:



Home

  >

Cervical Dysplasia

>

Moderate Cervical Dysplasia

>

Vaginal Lesion

Vaginal Lesion

A vaginal lesion may be diagnosed with a cone biopsy and may be revealed as human papillomavirus. LSIL and HSIL mean changes in the size and shape of squamous intraepithelial cells, which form the surface of the cervix. This condition is usually associated with the presence of Human papillomavirus and can be easily detected by a Pap smear test. A vaginal lesion may be diagnosed with a cone biopsy and may be revealed as human papillomavirus.

Just select from the Research Topics on the adjacent gray column for easy viewing of important articles. If this is your first visit, click here for a brief summary of this website.

.

Vaginal Lesion

  -  

Cone Biopsy, Human Papillomavirus

High-grade changes are often precancerous and should be treated immediately. A colposcopy exam determines the location and the nature of the problem. There are several methods for curing such conditions, but they are effective only if the disease hasnít passed to advanced stages. A vaginal lesion may be diagnosed with a cone biopsy and may be revealed as human papillomavirus.

Other Topics: HPV in Man, HPV Treatment, HPV, Condition HPV More Treatment, HPV Vaccines, Human Papilloma Virus and Pregnancy, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia Picture, Pap Smear, Genital Wart Medication

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

BBBOnLine Reliability Seal

Copyright © 1996-2009 by Health Science Report™ for the following: