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How is cervical dysplasia typically treated?
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Dr. Anne Rodriguez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Several methods
Cervical dysplasia can be treated by a cone biopsy or leep procedure (in which a small portion of the cervix is removed), or sometimes by laser or cryotherapy(freezing), both of which destroy the abnormal cells but do not remove the area for further examination.
There is good evidence that the hpv vaccines can decrease the risk of developing dysplasia in the first place.

In brief: Several methods
Cervical dysplasia can be treated by a cone biopsy or leep procedure (in which a small portion of the cervix is removed), or sometimes by laser or cryotherapy(freezing), both of which destroy the abnormal cells but do not remove the area for further examination.
There is good evidence that the hpv vaccines can decrease the risk of developing dysplasia in the first place.
Dr. Anne Rodriguez
Dr. Anne Rodriguez
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology
In brief: Cervical Dysplasia
Treatment for moderate-to-severe dysplasia or mild dysplasia that does not go away may include: cryosurgery to freeze abnormal cells laser therapy, which uses light to burn away abnormal tissue leep (loop electrosurgical excision procedure), which uses electricity to remove abnormal tissue (see: electrocauterization) surgery to remove the abnormal tissue (cone biopsy).

In brief: Cervical Dysplasia
Treatment for moderate-to-severe dysplasia or mild dysplasia that does not go away may include: cryosurgery to freeze abnormal cells laser therapy, which uses light to burn away abnormal tissue leep (loop electrosurgical excision procedure), which uses electricity to remove abnormal tissue (see: electrocauterization) surgery to remove the abnormal tissue (cone biopsy).
Dr. Michael Fisher
Dr. Michael Fisher
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