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Colposcopy saves lives by inspecting the cervix

Colposcopy is a procedure to look for cancerous cells or other abnormal tissue in the cervix, vagina or vulva.


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Colposcopy: Closer inspection, safer tomorrow

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Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure for examining the genitourinary system (the cervix, vagina and vulva) for abnormalities. To do this, a colposcope is used to magnify the area and biopsies are taken as needed.

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 A biopsy can detect cancer.

No sexual activity, douching or tampons are needed before the procedure.

The doctor examines the vaginal area with a magnifying colposcope.

 Anaesthesia is unnecessary.

Usually of 10–20 minutes.

It detects abnormal cells or cancer in the cervix, vagina or vulva.


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