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What are Colposcopes?

A colposcope is a microscopic equipment which has a light and it can be used for the examination of the uterine cervix, especially for the detection of cancer signs. A colposcope can identify the abnormal development of tissue or blood vessels in the vagina and those surrounding the cervix can be identified as well. This sample tissue can be taken to the laboratory for biopsy if the need arises. The price of the colposcopes differs and it falls within the price range between $2,000 and $8,000. A colposcope is used during a colposcopy.

Colposcopy can be recommended by your doctor in the event that the outcome of the Pap test is abnormal. In case an unusual area of the cell during colposcopy is detected by your doctor, a tissue sample for laboratory tests (biopsy) may be taken. As mentioned above, a colposcope is an optical instrument which is built mainly for the examination of the vaginal and the cervix.

How does a Colposcopes work?

It has been shown that a colposcope is used to detect human papillomavirus infections or dysplasia, which can mean a precancerous condition in the cervix. They can also be used to select the exact location of a biopsy.
During the colposcopy, based on the direction of your doctor, you will lie down on the exam table, as you should do during a pelvic examination. A speculum will be inserted into your vagina by your doctor or nurse and open it. This will separate the walls of your vagina so that it can be easier for them to have a good look at your cervix.

After this, your cervix will be washed by making use of a vinegar-like solution. This facilitates the detection of abnormal cells. Then your cervix will be examined with the use of a colposcope. This colposcope is an instrument that looks like binoculars on a stand with a bright light. The colposcope does not touch or penetrate inside your vagina.
Other models of colposcopes which is optical colposcopes are equipped with binocular magnification, and video models can capture the examined area. Some provide a variable magnification, in the form of continuous zooming or by increments.

Where should Colposcopes be used?

A colposcope is used during a procedure referred to ask colposcopy. A colposcopy is a type of cervical cancer test. This permits your doctor or nurse to have a closer look at your cervix an opening to the uterus. This is used to locate abnormal cells in the cervix.

When using a Colposcopes, it does not cause pains. The only thing that can happen is a sense of pressure and this occurs when the speculum is inserted into your vagina. It can also sting or burn slightly when your doctors or nurse wash your cervix with the vinegar-like solution.
A colposcope can be used in your doctor or at the offices of your nurse, in some healthcare institutions in your community, or at your local Planned Parenthood health center. As for the type of colposcope you have to choose, the choice will depend on the maximum magnification and visualization type, with or without video capabilities.

Best Colposcope Brands

Below are the lists of best colposcope brands that are available for purchase at Dr’s Toy Store:

  • Cabot Gantry Arm Colposcope with Light Source
  • Cryomedics-KR-MED-Colposcope-FO-101
  • Cryomedics System 2001 Zoom Colposcope
  • High Resolution LED Video Colposcope
  • Welch Allyn VideoPath Video Colposcope With Vertical Stand
  • Wallach Tristar Colposcope with Trulight
  • Wallach Colpostar Precision Optics Colposcope & Light Source
  • Wallach Zoomstar With Video Trulight Colposcope
  • Seiler-935-Colposcope
  • Seiler 985 Colposcope OTS
  • Seiler 955 Colposcope LED

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