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What treatment is the best for removing pre-cancerous cells in the cervix?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
In brief: Resection
Affected part of the cervix may be removed in small resections, guided by colposcopy, more widespread lesions may be resected by removing a cone of cervix and if childbearing is not an issue and the lesion is worrisome, the whole uterus, including the cervix may be resected.

In brief: Resection
Affected part of the cervix may be removed in small resections, guided by colposcopy, more widespread lesions may be resected by removing a cone of cervix and if childbearing is not an issue and the lesion is worrisome, the whole uterus, including the cervix may be resected.
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