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Examination of vaginal and cervical tissues to investigate and identify the presence of abnormal cells.

A cervical screening test is offered regularly to all women as a way to examine the health of the cells in the cervix. In 1 in 20 women, a cervical smear test may show abnormal cells that, if left untreated, might develop into cancer. A colposcopy allows a closer and more detailed look at these abnormal cells.

During a colposcopy, a type of microscope, known as a colposcope, is used to observe the cervix while liquids are applied to highlight abnormal cells. Should any abnormal cells be present, the consultant will take a small sample of tissue (biopsy) to send away for further analysis.

Guide Price: From £575


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