Colposcopy in Gynecologic Practice

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Abstract

We review the role of colposcopy in the setting of a private gynecologic practice and present the data regarding 418 patients. The practicality and propriety of using colposcopy to evaluate patients with abnormal results of cytology, gross cervical lesions with or without postcoital bleeding, or a history of intrauterine exposure to diethylstilbestrol are discussed. The follow-up of small groups of patients treated with cryosurgery for intraepithelial neoplasms is presented.

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