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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Histopathologic tissue procurement procedures included endocervical curettage, cervical biopsy, diagnostic cervical excision by loop electrosurgical excision procedures or cold-knife conization, and hysterectomy.
This may be accomplished via loop-electrosurgical excision procedures (LEEP), cold knife conization of the cervix, or in early lesions, cryotherapy (Hilal, Rezniczek, El-Fizazi & Tempfer, 2017).
The current staging procedure includes histological diagnosis by biopsy or cold-knife conization, pelvic examination under anesthesia, and related imaging techniques (i.e., cystoscopy, proctoscopy, and chest radiography).
Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy with uterine tubes using a power morcellator, posterior colpotomy, and superficial conization of the cervix was performed.
Patients enrolled in the study had a normal sexual life, had not undergone hysterectomy, cervical conization or pelvic radiotherapy, had not been diagnosed with CIN, were not pregnant, were not in their menstrual period, did not use steroid hormones in the past three months, did not have sex in the past 48 h, did not receive vaginal irrigation or any other local treatments.
We examined 45 conization materials of HSIL cases and the normal squamous epithelium (NSE) nearby this area.
The study did not include pregnant women, women with previous surgery of the uterine cervix (cervical conization, carbon dioxide laser vaporization and total abdominal hysterectomy) as well as previous abnormal cytological and histopathological findings of the uterine cervix.
It has been proposed that, for very small, low-risk lesions, a traditional extrafascial hysterectomy or trachelectomy, or possibly even a large conization, may be adequate.
Two years ago, she suffered a cervical conization after a diagnosis of "in situ" cervical carcinoma.
* 1.5 to 2 cm of cervix should be left in place, and conization should be avoided.
Second, most of the participants underwent conization before MRI in clinical practice [29].