Speculum examination for cervix


Clinical examination of vulva and vagina and bimanual palpation of uterus and adnexae

 

 

Cervix

Clinical examination of cervix

Inflammation of cervix- cervicitis

  • Acute cervicitis

  • Chronic cervicitis

Tumors

  • Endocervical polyp

  • Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

  • Squamous cell carcinoma

  • Cervical carcinoma

 

Pap's smear

Dysplastic pap smear of cervix
Neoplastic pap smear
Normal pap smear

 Anatomy    Cervix page
 

Cervix is important in the following procedures   

 

 

DIGITAL LOCATOR OF CERVIX FROM BELOW (PELVIS): Layer 1, layer of skin of female pelvis. Layer 2, layer of pelvic fascia. Layer 3 layer of greater pelvis, Layer 4, layer of lesser pelvis. Roll over mouse to label; click to display page. Then click blinking end page to display cervix page. Cervix is localized at layer 4. Cervix and label

 

 

 

 

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