Colposcopy is a procedure which is used to look at the surface of the cervix, vagina, vulva and the lower part of the womb allowing a healthcare professional to look for any abnormalities. Colposcopy can often be recommended by a doctor if the Pap (Papanicolaou) test is abnormal.
Colposcope – Technical Overview
Often used during screening it is used to identify genital warts, Human papillomavirus (HPV), inflammation of the cervix (cervicitis) and help to identify precancerous cells in the cervix, vulva or vagina. The colposcope can also be utilised for forensic applications to capture images from rape or female genital mutilation for example.
During the colposcopy the colposcope is positioned a few inches away from the vagina and the light is used to illuminate the area to allow the camera to get a clear photo of the area.
Features and benefits
High quality image
Simple set-up and navigation
Mini LCD to help with visualization
Compatible with Riester Telemedicine Cart and Case
Auto or manual focus
Foot pedal for hands free image capture
Vertical or swing-arm stands for best mounting flexibility
Adjustable LED lights for best possible visualization
Seamlessly integrates with Riester’s Telemedicine stations and Telemedicine software solution partners
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