Endocervical Curettage
Dysplasia Evaluation and Treatment

In endocervical curettage (ECC), a spoon-shaped instrument called a curette is used to scrape tissue from the lining of the endocervical canal (the passageway that connects the cervix to the uterus). This area, which contains glandular as well as squamous cells, is often difficult to see with a colposcope.

What's Next? The Options:

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