A cone shaped piece of tissue removed from the cervix, usually requires a general anesthetic.
a minor operation in which the doctor cuts out a cone of tissue from your cervix
a more extensive surgical procedure
an extended form of a cervical biopsy, in which a cone-shaped wedge of tissue is removed from the cervix, and then examined under a microscope
an extensive form of a cervical biopsy
a quick outpatient surgery that is done if one or more pap tests and a colposcopy exam showed abnormal cells on your cervix
a small operation to remove the area where cervical cancer develops
a surgical procedure in which a cone-shaped tissue sample from the cervix is removed for examination
a surgical procedure that involves taking a large tissue sample from the cervix
a surgical procedure that is generally done on an outpatient basis
a surgical procedure to find and treat a problem in the
a surgical treatment with some risks
a treatment for cervical abnormalities
A cone of cervical tissue excised for pathologic examination.
The removal of a cone-shaped piece of tissue from around the opening of the cervix.
also known as conization, cone biopsy refers to a surgical removal of a cone-shaped specimen of tissue for examination under a microscope. The tissue removed provides a more extensive sample for diagnosis than a simple biopsy.
an operation in which a cone-shaped piece of cervical tissue is removed. It is sometimes performed when a cervical smear shows abnormal cells.
surgical removal of a cone-shaped section of tissue from the cervix for the treatment of cervical dysplasia.
removal of a cone-shaped wedge from the bottom of the uterine cervix to remove lesions and to provide a tissue sample for biopsy. See also loop electrosurgical excision procedure.
Treatment for abnormal cells on the surface of the cervix (or sometimes very early cervical cancer). A cone shaped piece of the cervix is removed.
removing a cone-shaped piece of your cervix to examine for cancer.
a biopsy in which a larger cone-shaped piece of tissue is removed from the cervix by using the loop electrosurgical excision procedure or the cold knife cone biopsy procedure. The cone biopsy procedure may be used as a treatment for precancerous lesions and early cancers.
Surgery to remove a cone-shaped piece of tissue from the cervix and cervical canal. Cone biopsy may be used to diagnose or treat a cervical condition. Also called conization.
A cone-shaped piece of tissue cut from the cervix to test for the presence of cancer cells.
A surgical procedure in which a cone-shaped piece of the cervix is removed; a treatment for cervical dysplasia (abnormal cells in the cervical tissue).
The removal, under general anaesthetic, of a cone shaped section of the cervix so that the tissue can be examined in a laboratory. The same procedure is used as a treatment in some cases.
Conization. Biopsy with the help of cone-shaped device to remove a part from the cervix.
A cone-shaped piece of tissue removed from the cervix, used for diagnostic purposes.
A surgical procedure used to remove precancerous cells from the cervix. The procedure may damage the cervix and thus disrupt normal mucus production or cause an incompetent cervix, which may open prematurely during pregnancy.