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A leep gynecology procedure is performed for removing condyloma, genital wart, treating cervical dysplasia, etc. Usually this procedure is done for minor abnormalities, such as CIN 1 and 2, ASCUS, but not for severe forms. It is often performed during the initial colposcopy exam, if the affected area is rather small and can be treated in a time. A leep gynecology procedure is performed for removing condyloma, genital wart, treating cervical dysplasia, etc.

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Leep Gynecology

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Condyloma, Wart

During the procedure, a wire loop with electrical energy flowing through it is used to remove the abnormal cells. Loop excision is used to treat abnormal cervical tissues after a Pap smear test has shown abnormalities on the surface of the cervix. A leep gynecology procedure is performed for removing condyloma, genital wart, treating cervical dysplasia, etc.

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