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Leep Conization

A leep conization is not done for lichen sclerosus, but is done to diagnose cervical dysplasia. During the loop electrosurgical excision procedure the abnormal cells located on the surface of the cervix are removed with a help of a thin wire loop that is attached to an electrosurgical generator. A painless electrical current cuts away the affected tissue. A leep conization is not done for lichen sclerosus, but is done to diagnose cervical dysplasia.

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Leep Conization

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Lichen Sclerosus, Cervical

The procedure is performed with a local anesthesia or with some pain reliever; it takes about 30 minutes and is performed in the physician’s office. Possible complications associated with the procedure light bleeding and discomfort. In case of heavy bleeding and discharge, report immediately to the doctor. A leep conization is not done for lichen sclerosus, but is done to diagnose cervical dysplasia.

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

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