Pap and HPV test
Pap and HPV tests help detect abnormal cells and early signs of cervical cancer.
During the procedure, the patient laid on her back and with her feet on
supports. Then, the gynecologist introduces a spatula to collect cells in the
cervix. The sample is sent to a lab for testing.
A colposcopy is used to closely examine the cervix, vagina, and vulva. This
procedure helps detect abnormal cells and genital warts. As with pap and HPV
test, the gynecologist takes a small sample of cells.