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Sever Dysplasia

Sever dysplasia is usually further diagnosed with a cone biopsy to determine the exact stage of cervical tissue abnormalities. This term means that the majority of cells on the surface of the cervix are abnormal. This stage of the disease requires immediate treatment, because it can easily turn into invasive cancer. There are several ways for treating this condition. Sever dysplasia is usually further diagnosed with a cone biopsy to determine the exact stage of cervical tissue abnormalities.

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Sever Dysplasia

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Cone Biopsy, Cervical

Treatment depends on the severity, the presence of HPV, risk factors and the desire of the patient to have children in future. Abnormal tissues can be removed by electrocauterization or LEEP, cryosurgery or cryocauterization, laser vaporization or ablation, and hysterectomy. Sever dysplasia is usually further diagnosed with a cone biopsy to determine the exact stage of cervical tissue abnormalities.

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

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