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Leep Dysplasia

A procedure of leep dysplasia is usually performed after a colposcopy exam that determines genital wart, dysplasia and other disorders. Light bleeding, pain and discomfort are possible for several days after the procedure, but heavy abnormal discharge indicates complications. The procedure is performed in a physician’s office. The tissues are taken for further examination to the lab. A procedure of leep dysplasia is usually performed after a colposcopy exam that determines genital wart, dysplasia and other disorders.

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Leep Dysplasia

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Colposcopy, Wart

A thin wire loop with electrical energy flowing through it is put into the vagina to remove a sample of abnormal tissues detected by the Pap smear test. This procedure is used for treatment of CIN 1 and CIN 2 and other minor disorders. A procedure of leep dysplasia is usually performed after a colposcopy exam that determines genital wart, dysplasia and other disorders.

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

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