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examination of tissues or liquids from the living body to determine the existence or cause of a disease

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Keywords: cervical cancer, symptoms, pap test, pap smear, pap test result, pap test results, bethesda system, hpv, abnormal pap, sil, low-grade sil, high-grade sil, colposcopy, biopsy, cone biopsy
A cold-knife cone biopsy requires an operating room.
The study provides scarce data on the natural history of CIN 2 and 3, which usually gets treated promptly by ablation, loop electrical excisional procedure, or cone biopsy.
Q AFTER an abnormal cervical smear test, I have been told I need a cone biopsy as I have early cervical cancer.
Six months later, another routine test found the cells were back and this time she underwent a cone biopsy where a V shape is cut from the cervix.
Grossly inapparent carcinoma (carcinoma detected by Papanicolaou test and biopsy not by physical examination) is assessed on LEEP or cone biopsy, where stage is assigned by microscopic measurements of the extent of invasive carcinoma.
Cone biopsy in pregnancy should be done in a hospital setting with anesthesia and the capacity for blood transfusion, added Dr.
A cone biopsy, or conization, is one of the methods used to cut out an area of the cervix for investigation, to exclude or treat cancer.
Sixty days after the last injection, the women underwent a Loop Electrocautery Excision Procedure (LEEP) or Cone biopsy of the cervix, which are standard surgical procedures for patients with high grade dysplasia to remove the affected area.
Candidates must have small lesions--less than 2 cm--and negative margins on cone biopsy.
Dorothy Rosenthal, a professor of cytopathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, testified that if Fordham's cancer had been detected by 1999 it could have been treated with a simple outpatient procedure called a cone biopsy and would not have required chemotherapy and radiation.
The study provides scarce data on the natural history of CIN 2 and 3, which usually get treated promptly by ablation, loop electrical excisional procedure, or cone biopsy.