Does the Cervix Grow Back After Conization? Center

Conization of the cervix or cone biopsy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of a cone-shaped wedge from the cervix (mouth of the uterus). It may be performed for the diagnosis of abnormal areas in the cervix, which may be cancerous or potentially cancerous. Conization is most commonly performed to examine such areas and then take a biopsy for microscopic examination. Read more: Does the Cervix Grow Back After Conization? Article


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