Cone biopsies are used to diagnose and treat abnormal cervical tissue. What happens during and after a cone biopsy is covered. Risks, follow up care, and symptoms requiring a clinic versus an Emergency department visit are outlined. Contact information for the clinic, nurses, and colposcopy coordinator are provided.
Lichen sclerosus is a life-long condition that creates patchy white areas of the skin. It may affect any part of the body but it most often involves the skin of the vulva and around the anus. This pamphlet explains the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up care, and contact information for the Colposcopy Clinic.
This is a brochure for you and family/caregiver to better understand the steps the hospital staff need to assist you with your transition back to the community. Information regarding a well-planned discharge from the Dartmouth General Hospital are outlined.