When is cervical tip cut in order and how is it done?

Cervical cancer is one of the most common genital cancers in women in developing countries and a high cause of death in women. Cervical tip is a procedure to remove part of the cone in the cervical to remove the damaged tissue area, support the diagnosis and treatment of early cervical cancer.

1. What is cervical tip?

There are many treatments for cervical lesions such as electric combustion, cold pressure, laser burning, cutting the tip with electric knives, lasers, with electric rings,… And the electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) is being applied most commonly.

Cervical tip with an electric ring is a procedure to remove part of the cone of the cervical (the transitional region in the cervical region located in the vagina) to remove damage to the cervical and the entire modified area. This technique can be prescribed in the diagnosis and treatment with the advantage of ease of application, low cost, good hem hemat bleeding, obtaining enough intact products to send a hismalysis test after the procedure.

Procedure to cut the tip of the cervical tip with an electric ring (LEEP)

Removing the tip of the cervical tip with an electric ring is a procedure to remove part of the cone of the cervical to remove damage

2. Intraining and contrain specifying the tip of the cervical tip

What's the tip of the cervical tip for? The purpose of the technique is to treat pre-cervical cancer lesions (mild to severe dysmenile of the arteries) and some benign cervical lesions such as: glands that have been treated for cold pressure but have not achieved the desired effect, cervicalfibroids, cervical polyps,…


Cervical mussing is in the following cases:

  • There is pre-cancerous lesions or cervical micro-invasive cancer on the specimen of cervical canal scraping;
  • Cervical endcinable lesions (CIN) recur after treatment;
  • Abnormal cellular results, inconsistent with hisbular diagnosis, do not fully observe the transitional zone.

2.2 Contrainning

  • People with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, blood pressure have not been treated stably;
  • Patients with blood clot disorders;
  • People with moderate and severe pelvic infections: Delay until treatment is cured;
  • Pregnant person: Delayed until the end of the post-maternity period.

3. How to make a cervical tip?

3.1 Preparation of cervical musses

  • Schedule a cervical tip during the week after menstruation so that it is easier for the doctor to take a clean sample;
  • Patients inform their doctor about the medication they are taking, discontinuing medications that may increase the risk of bleeding such as aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen and warfarin;
  • Patients avoid tampons, indentation, vaginal cream application, or sexual activity at least 24 hours before bios;
  • Patients receive cervical endoscopy and a biopsy as a hism hisb before prescribing a cervical tip;
  • The doctor advises the patient on technical procedures, risks and complications;
  • Patients should stop eating at least 8 hours before the procedure.

3.2 Cervical musing

  • The anesthesisisiist or regional anesthesisiist for the patient, placing the patient in a gynecological, urinary position;
  • The doctor puts an instrument (duck beak) in the vagina to observe the cervical more clearly;
  • The doctor takes a sample of the grape tip out of the cervical using a hot wire ring (LEEP procedure), scalpel (cold knife biopsy) or laser beam'
  • Reseptic the vagina, send the disease as hiscolysis. Tissue samples are examined under a microscope for signs of cancer.

The cervical tip-off procedure iscarried out in about 1 hour. In addition to the purpose of tissue sampling for diagnosis, the doctor can also perform this technique to treat the complete removal of diseased tissue in the cervical.

3.3 Post-cervical tip tips

  • Immediately after surgery, the patient will be taken to the resuscitation area – where the nurse takes care and monitors his health. Patients can stay in the resuscitation area for 1-4 hours and can be released. Most women can return to normal functioning within 1 week;

Post-surgical care

Immediately after surgery, the patient will be taken to the resuscitation area – where the nurse takes care and monitors his health
  • Patients should not put anything into the vagina such as tampons or vaginal indentation pills for 2-6 weeks after the procedure. During this time, the person should also not be sexually active;
  • Notify your doctor if you have abnormal pain in your pelvis, severe bleeding (with or without blood clots), severe abdominal pain, or signs of infection (bad vaginal discharge or fever) ,…
  • If a tip biopsy has been done, patients should have regular Pap tests and regular cervical examinations. Pap tests should be done every 4-6 months or as recommended by your doctor.

When performing cervical tip surgery to diagnose and treat cervical diseases, patients should absolutely follow the instructions of their doctor to ensure the procedure is successful, reducing the risk of complications.

Share99 International Health Hub provides cervical tip-off with an electric ring (LEEP) for cervical cancer treatment and screening. Patients can be completely assured with easy-to-use advantages, low cost, good hemattic hematoma and especially the ability to remove cervical cancer cells very effectively.

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About: John Smith

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.


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