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Moderate Cervial Dysplasia

Moderate cervial dysplasia will sometimes be treated with a cone biopsy to remove and test tissue, lichen sclerosis will not cause this condition. This stage of the disease is rather dangerous and means that about the half of the cells forming the inner lining of the cervix are abnormal. Regular Pap smear is the only way to detect this disorder. Treatment should be immediate to avoid developing of cancer. Moderate cervial dysplasia will sometimes be treated with a cone biopsy to remove and test tissue, lichen sclerosis will not cause this condition.

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Moderate Cervial Dysplasia

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Cone Biopsy, Lichen Sclerosis

There exist several methods for treating this condition, and the choice depends on the stage, patientís preferences and desire to have children in the future. The most common methods are cone biopsy, LEEP, cryosurgery, laser therapy. Very serious cases need a hysterectomy. Moderate cervial dysplasia will sometimes be treated with a cone biopsy to remove and test tissue, lichen sclerosis will not cause this condition.

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

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