Excision or biopsy of lesion of the vulva

A lesion of the vulva is considered an abnormality or damage in the tissue and excision means the removal by cutting. This procedure would be carried out under anaesthetic.

I have a question about excision or biopsy of a vulva lesion

Why would I have an excision or biopsy of lesion of the vulva?

If you are suffering from vaginal lesions or disorders of the vagina. These could include genital warts, pre-cancers or cancers.

What happens during an excision or biopsy of lesion of the vulva?

This procedure would be carried out under anaesthetic.

What should I expect after an excision or biopsy of lesion of the vulva?

The tissue excised is sent to the laboratory to be examined. The results take a few weeks.

Our Consultant Gynaecologists

Mr Gupta

Abhishek Gupta

Consultant Gynaecologist

Mr Gupta's specialties include urinary incontinence, uterine and vaginal prolapse and heavy or painful periods.

Mr Connell

Rowan James Connell

Consultant Gynaecologist

Mr Connell's specialties include prolapse, incontinence, vaginal reconstruction surgery and MonaLisa Touch.

Miss Anahit Zakaryan

Anahit Zakaryan

Consultant Gynaecologist

Miss Zakaryan specialises in general gynaecology, including bleeding problems, vulval problems, contraception, HRT, fibroids and vaginal prolapse.

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