Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is usually monitored and diagnosed through performing regular smear tests. The regularity of performing smears depends on your age group and medical history with high risk patients being monitored more closely. If abnormal cells are found, other tests such as viral HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) testing will help to assess the severity of the risk of cancer development. If smear tests are inconclusive, a Colposcopy (examination of the cervix as an outpatient) is advised.

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