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A diagnostic method called the copolscopy is helpful in detection of the vaginal wart virus that may cause an ASCUS reading on a pap smear. This procedure allows examining the surface of the cervix under magnification after the Pap test has shown the abnormal tissues in the cervix. A coloscope is a large electric microscope with a bright light on the end of it, it is placed about 30 cm from the cervix. A diagnostic method called the copolscopy is helpful in detection of the vaginal wart virus that may cause an ASCUS reading on a pap smear.

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Copolscopy

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Vaginal Wart, ASCUS

The affected areas are seen as white through the coloscope. If the area is not extended, a sample of the abnormal tissue is taken for further analysis; if the problem is serious, cone biopsy is usually performed. The examination usually takes 20-30 minutes and is absolutely painless. A diagnostic method called the copolscopy is helpful in detection of the vaginal wart virus that may cause an ASCUS reading on a pap smear.

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

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