colposcope


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colposcope

[′käl·pə‚skōp]
(medicine)
An instrument for the visual examination of the vagina and cervix; a vaginal speculum.
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the subject of the public contract is the supply of 4 gynecological examination chairs with a colposcope according to the specification and under the conditions specified in annex 2 to the tender documentation (model of the purchase contract).
Currently, awareness programmes are conducted by numerous NGOs focusing on health-related issues in women such as cervical cancer which will increase the demand for colposcopes.
The colposcopy was performed by an experienced colposcopist, consultant gynaecological oncologist, using the DSI colposcope.
Nessa et al (15) evaluated the accuracy in detecting cervical lesions by nurses versus doctors using a stationary colposcope and gynocular.
A device such as the integrated inserter and colposcope could potentially be purchased over the counter at a local pharmacy and used for "self-checkups," or used in clinics to facilitate a more comfortable, patient-friendly approach to exams here in the United States, she said in an interview.
Except this machine there are many products that are effective for women eg; hysteromat, digital video colposcope, office hysteroscopy, Wireless Fetal Monitor, fetal monitor etc.
Cervical cancer screening typically involves a Pap test and a colposcopy (a procedure which uses an instrument called a colposcope to illuminate and magnify the cervix, vagina, and vulva).
This detection center, which is composed of 6 consulting rooms (3 for breast cancer and 3 others for cervical cancer), an operating room equipped with a colposcope and an observation room, is able to take medical care of up to 8,000 women annually.
* As for the exam's technical details, it's become routine to document the physical findings with photos from a colposcope focused on the external genitalia.
Laura was referred for a colposcopy investigation at Wrexham's Maelor Hospital, which is an investigation of the neck of the womb, using a machine called a colposcope.
These patients should have a careful examination of the vulva using a colposcope, and if a lesion is present, a 4-mm punch biopsy is warranted.
The colposcope is a special microscope, and I use it to examine the cervix.