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Cold Knife Cone Biopsy

A procedure of cold knife cone biopsy is performed on the cervix affected with dysplasia or genital wart. There is a risk of infection, scarring, and extensive bleeding after the operation; it may also cause problems with a later pregnancy. The patients should avoid sexual intercourse and douching for 4 to 6 weeks. After the procedure cramping, discomfort, and bleeding are possible. A procedure of cold knife cone biopsy is performed on the cervix affected with dysplasia or genital wart.

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Cold Knife Cone Biopsy

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Cervix, Genital Wart

It can be performed only in the hospital under general anesthesia. This procedure obtains a large sample of the abnormal tissue from the cervix for further examination to diagnose precancerous changes or to treat cancer. Its another name is cervical conization. A procedure of cold knife cone biopsy is performed on the cervix affected with dysplasia or genital wart.

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

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