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What does the effect that gynaecology of electronic colposcopy examines have?

Electronic colposcopy is a new technique which can be used in routine colposcopy for vaginal examination. It has high-resolution electronic imaging technology, high-quality light sources and a high level of magnification to accurately identify extremely small tissues, and can provide us with a more realistic tissue color for both diagnosis and treatment of reproductive tract diseases.

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What does the effect that gynaecology of electronic vaginoscope examines have?

1. Determine the range of suspicious lesions, guide localized biopsy, and improve the positive rate of biopsy;
2. Diagnosis and treatment of cervical precancerous lesions to prevent their development into cancer;
3. Before the operation of cervical cancer, the scope and location of the lesion should be determined under colposcopy to guide the operation, so as to completely remove the vagina and ask whether there is any contact history of diethylstradiol during the fetal period.
4. Determine the normal and abnormal scale column junction and transitional zone. Colposcopy can be used to observe the local structures of the vulva, vagina and cervix. It is mainly used for abnormal cytological changes. Clinical suspected cancer, such as chronic cervicitis, long-term treatment, but the efficacy is not good, cancer or precancerous lesions need to be excluded, gross observation is difficult to determine the fine shape and structure of the lesions, need to be observed under coldoscopy;
5. Observation, diagnosis and dynamic observation of local changes before and after treatment of vulva, vagina and cervical condyloma;
6. Intraepithelial neoplasia and cancer of the cervix, vagina and vulva;
But colposcopy also carries risks:
digital electronic colposcopy is a routine procedure, and complications are rare, but can be painful. After the test, a doctor may apply a liquid bandage to the cervix to prevent bleeding, and patients may develop brown or black vaginal discharge that looks like coffee grounds. But don't worry, it will go away on its own in a few days. However, seek immediate medical attention if any of the following signs of infection occur:
1. Fever over 38℃; 2, a large amount of yellow malodorous vaginal discharge; 3. Severe pain in the lower abdomen, which must be relieved by the use of analgesics; 4. Vaginal bleeding over 7 days.
Although rare, colposcopy may be misdiagnosed. Moreover, abnormal cells can recur even after doctors have removed them. Therefore, it is very important to have regular pap smears and reviews.