cone biopsy

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cone biopsy

A surgical method of removing a cone-shaped piece of the cervix for analysis in a laboratory.
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Results of randomized clinical trials indicate that its use reduces blood loss in many gynecologic surgery procedures, including hysterectomy, myomectomy, cervical conization, and second trimester pregnancy termination.
Pseudoaneurysm of uterine artery causing intra-abdominal and vaginal bleeding after cervical conization.
The exclusion criteria were pregnancy at the time of study, previous hysterectomy, or history of cervical conization (Fig.
Cervical conization and sentinel lymph node mapping in the treatment of stage I cervical cancer: is less enough?
hysterectomy should undergo cervical conization and routine HC2-HPV DNA testing.
All diagnoses of CIN 2/3 in this study refer to histopathologic interpretations of surgical pathology specimens, including cervical biopsies, endocervical curettage specimens, and/or diagnostic, excisional procedures using loop electrosurgical excision procedures or cold knife cervical conization.
Her OB/GYN recommended a cervical conization as both a diagnostic tool and a treatment for the abnormal cells.
Toronto -- Women who undergo cervical conization for the treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia may benefit from delaying conception for about 1 year to reduce their risk of preterm birth.
This is superb news to those of us with large adolescent patient populations, as we have referred innumerable patients for cervical conization in the last few years.
Cervical conization and radical transabdominal cervicectomy are two techniques that can be performed to preserve the uterus.
RESULTS Of the 268 women who underwent 2 colposcopic examinations during the study period, 83 had cryotherapy, 24 had loop excision of the ectocervical portion or cervical conization, and 96 had no procedure.
Similar observations have been made when investigating the association between cervical conization and PTB.