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When diagnosing the threat of cervical cancer, conization biopsies along with a colposcopy will often determine the level of cervical dysplasia. This operation means removing a cone-shaped piece of tissue. It can be performed either under local or general anesthetic and may require an overnight stay in hospital. A small risk of weakening the cervix and miscarriage is possible. When diagnosing the threat of cervical cancer, conization biopsies along with a colposcopy will often determine the level of cervical dysplasia.

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Cervical Cancer Conization

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Colposcopy, Cervical Dysplasia

During pregnancy the cervix may be incompetent and a stitch is necessary to keep it closed. If a patient doesn’t want to have children in the future and in severe cases, a hysterectomy is performed, which is a removal of the cervix and uterus. When diagnosing the threat of cervical cancer, conization biopsies along with a colposcopy will often determine the level of cervical dysplasia.

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

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