Cervical dysplasia refers to a medical condition of the cervix in which squamous cells on the surface of the cervix undergo a premalignant transformation. This abnormal growth (dysplasia) may lead to the development of cervical cancer if left untreated. Cervical dysplasia can be diagnosed by a biopsy of the cervix. An abnormal Pap smear may lead to a recommendation for colposcopy of the cervix during which the cervix is examined under magnification. ...


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Cervical Dysplasia
... What is cervical dysplasia? Cervical dysplasia describes the presence of abnormal, precancerous cells in the canal of or on the surface of the cervix (opening of the uterus that leads into the vagina)...
Source: Cleveland Clinic

Understanding the Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)
... What is LEEP? "LEEP" is an abbreviation for loop electrosurgical excision procedure. It is a way to test and treat abnormal cell growth on the surface tissue of the cervix. LEEP is prescribe...
Source: Cleveland Clinic

Cervical Dysplasia Treatment

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Cervical Dysplasia and Vitamin E
... It has been well accepted in the medical community that one of the primary causes of cervical cancer is infection by the human Papillomavirus (HPV). Several variants of HPV are known to play a role. I...
Source: HealthWorld