Conisation of the cervix (LEEP)

Treatments

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  • precancerous conditions of the cervix,
  • cervical glandular ectopy with recurring inflammation,
  • persistent discharge and contact bleeding.

Przed zabiegiem:

Two weeks prior to the procedure, the following blood tests should be collected:

  • blood cell count,
  • electrolyte panel,
  • electrolyte panel,
  • coagulation factors,
  • blood typing,
  • glucose test,
  • HBsAg test,
  • anti-HCV antibody test.

Cervical cytology needs to be performed prior to the procedure in order to exclude neoplastic processes.

About the procedure:

Conisation of the cervix is an excision of the pathological fragment from the uterine cervix using an electrosurgical loop; this is followed by electrocoagulation of the wound.
The excised fragment is then examined histologically.
The procedure lasts about 10-15 minutes.

After treatment:

A few days after the procedure minor genital bleeding may occur (due to separation of necrotic tissue).

Any bleeding which is more intense than menstrual bleeding, stomach ache, foul-smelling discharge or fever require immediate medical attention.

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+48 61 62 33 111

Wielkopolskie Centrum Medyczne
Sp z o.o. S.K.A

st. Bolesława Krzywoustego 114
61-144 Poznań, POLAND

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