conization


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con·i·za·tion

n. conización, extirpación de tejido que tiene forma cónica, semejante al de la mucosa del cuello uterino.

conization

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All diagnoses of SCC in this study were established by histopathologic examinations, including endocervical curettage, cervical biopsy, and/or diagnostic excisional procedures by loop electrosurgical excision procedures or cold knife cervical conization.
Two were treated with conization and one with resection of the stump; the fourth was not treated.
Loop electrocautery excisional procedure: therapeutic effectiveness as an ablation and a conization equivalent.
In contrast to these findings, a recent study conducted by investigators from New Zealand demonstrated an elevated rate of premature rupture of membranes before 37 weeks' gestation in women who had undergone laser conization, especially in cases where a significant amount of tissue was removed (JAMA 291[17]:2100-06, 2004).
Subjects with abnormal cervical Pap smears, colposcopic evidence of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN), or an unsatisfactory colposcopic examination were treated by simple ELECTZ or ELECTZ conization ("cowboy hat").
Although many acknowledged the difficulty in differentiating severe dysplasia from CIS, women with CIS continued to be treated by hysterectomy, whereas women with severe dysplasia were more often treated by cold knife conization.
Today, we have myriad tools to detect and treat cervical cancer, from Pap smears to colposcopies, and from directed biopsy to laser and electrosurgical therapies to cold knife conization.
In the 1950s and 1960s, the management of CIN in pregnancy was aggressive, involving diagnostic conization in every woman with class III or IV cytologic results (any degree of CIN) to rule out invasive disease.
Some authors describe conservative treatments such as carbon dioxide laser excision, knife excision, cryotherapy, radiotherapy, electrocauterization, internal artery ligation, uterine artery embolization, local excision, conization, and laser ablation.
The purpose of this study was to describe and assess the clinical experiences and complications of family-physician-performed ELECTZ and ELECTZ conization.
Histopathologic follow-up included endocervical curettage, cervical biopsy, cervical conization by loop electrosurgical excision procedure, or cold knife conization.