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[kol-pa-skuh-pee] a close examination of the inside of the vagina and the cervix (lower part of the womb) using a colposcope, a lighted magnifying device. See also cervix, vagina.

Work-up of abnormal Pap test results

If the results of your Pap test were abnormal , your doctor may recommend
repeat testing (with the Pap test and/or the HPV test), colposcopy, or a ...


Work-up of abnormal Pap test results

If your Pap test results are abnormal, your doctor may recommend testing again
(with the Pap test and/or the HPV test), colposcopy, or a loop ...


How are cervical cancers and pre-cancers diagnosed?

... actually present. The tests that are used include colposcopy (with biopsy)
and endocervical scraping. If ... Colposcopy. If you have ...


How is cancer of the cervix found?

... The most common test is colposcopy. Colposcopy. If you have certain
symptoms that suggest cancer or if your Pap test shows ...


Cervical Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

... result. If the test finds a high-risk type of HPV, it could mean she will
need a full evaluation with a colposcopy procedure. ...


How is vaginal cancer diagnosed?

... Colposcopy. If certain symptoms suggest cancer or if the Pap test shows
abnormal cells, you will need to have a test called colposcopy. ...


Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines

This joint guideline from the American Cancer Society, the American Society
for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, and the American Society for ...


Treating pre-cancers and other abnormal Pap test results

If you have abnormal results on a Pap test, your doctor may recommend
colposcopy (this was discussed in the section,. ...


FDA Approves HPV Test as First Line Screening for Cervical ...

... The FDA recommendation says if the cobas HPV test detects HPV types 16
or 18, women should have another test called a colposcopy, which uses ...