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My pap was "abnormal, " what happens now?
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Dr. Joseph Woods
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In brief: Get cervical biopsy.
Abnormal smears get cervical biopsy, usually under colposcopy.
In this procedure, the cervix is painted with 3% acetic acid, and abnormal areas appear as white patches. If there is cis or carcinoma in situ, a cone biopsy is done which is therapeutic.

In brief: Get cervical biopsy.
Abnormal smears get cervical biopsy, usually under colposcopy.
In this procedure, the cervix is painted with 3% acetic acid, and abnormal areas appear as white patches. If there is cis or carcinoma in situ, a cone biopsy is done which is therapeutic.
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