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Abnormal pap smear cells, genital or Plantar Wart can be removed with Cryosurgery. If the results are positive, follow-up care is necessary. The tissue is then placed on the glass slide and examined under a microscope for any abnormal changes in the size and shape. This procedure consists of inserting speculum to widen the vagina and taking a sample of cervical tissue. Abnormal pap smear cells, genital or Plantar Wart can be removed with Cryosurgery.

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Pap Smear Cells

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Plantar Wart, Cryosurgery

The best way to diagnose cervical cancer and prevent the development of the disease is to perform Papanicolaou testing. Unusual vaginal discharge, pain, and bleeding between periods are the signs of cervical cancer that sometimes may have no symptoms at all. Abnormal pap smear cells, genital or Plantar Wart can be removed with Cryosurgery.

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