Cervix is the lower part of the uterus, which is one of the important female reproduction organs. Cervical health is directly related to a woman’s life time health and her reproductive health. Common gynecological diseases, such as vaginitis and cervicitis, can affect cervical health while the infection of certain high-risk virus can cause cervical cancer and other malignant diseases. Regular cervical health screening is, therefore, important for women between 20 and 45 to effectively prevent, detect and treat these diseases at early stages.
• HPV Test
Continuous infection of high-risk HPV is one of the critical causes of cervical cancer. Regular screening for high-risk HPV infection helps to detect such infection at early stages and allows timely prevention and treatment of malicious cervical diseases.
• TCT Test
TCT test exams decidual cells from the cervix surface to detect early stage of cervical conditions and provide evidence for diagnosis of cervical diseases.
• Cervix Pathogens Test
Chlamydia and mycoplasma infections can cause discomfort in the infected areas, pelvic inflammatory disorders and secondary conditions including infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic abdominal pain. Such Infections can also increase the risk of premature birth and post-delivery infection among pregnant women. In addition, continuous microbial infection can lead to cervical epithelial abnormalities and other diseases.
• Additional TORCH Test
Women planning on pregnancy are recommended for additional tests for cytomegalovirus (CMV), rubivirus (RuV) and toxoplasma (Tox) in order to prevent fetal viral infection and fetal malformation.
At your follow-up consultation session, our specialist will provide detailed report consultation and prevention guidance on your test results, with personalized treatment plan and referral arrangement when necessary.
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To schedule your appointment or for more information, please call 400-868-3000.