Cervical Leukoplakia is condition in which white lesions occur on the mucous membranes of the uterine cervix. Often, Cervical Leukoplakia is diagnosed using a colposcopy. If the results of Cervical Leukoplakia are precancerous, the lesions should be removed surgically.
Cervical Leukoplakia Bioinformatics Tool
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