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Colposcopy Unit

Last updated on Thursday, May 3, 2018

Colposcopy is a detailed examination of the cervix using a special microscope called a colposcope. It is required as part of the NHS Cervical Screening Program to investigate women who have had abnormal cervical smears and to help decide if treatment is needed. Most women who have an abnormal sm...

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Tag:   vaginoscopy (1)     vulvoscopy (1)     Colposcopy (2)     cervix (2)     vagina (4)     vulva (2)     biopsy (3)     screening (8)     gynae (4)     gynaecology (4)     smear (5)    

Dermatology (Skin)

Last updated on Wednesday, December 20, 2023

Based at Clatterbridge Hospital, our Dermatology Service has developed into one of the leading dermatology departments in the country. Our Department consists of our 8 bedded inpatient area and our outpatient area.  Located up on the first floor out inpatient area is where we treat more intense...

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Tag:   skin (8)     dermatology (7)     rash (1)     allergy (2)     cancer (22)     skin cancer (1)     photodynamic therapy (1)     radiotherapists (1)     dermatological (2)     phototherapy (1)     biopsy (3)    

Skin (dermatology) cancer

Last updated on Thursday, May 24, 2018

The dermatology service has three Consultants, an Associate Specialist and a Clinical Nurse Specialists. The dermatology department is situated at Clatterbridge Hospital and has an out-patient department that provides minor surgery and daily treatment therapies for dermatological conditions. The...

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Tag:   dermatology (7)     Dermatologists (2)     skin (8)     mole (3)     uneven (1)     carcinoma (2)     basal (2)     hand (3)     arm (1)     back (1)     face (3)     neck (4)     stomach (3)     scalp (1)     biopsy (3)     chemotherapy (3)    


Last updated on Monday, April 30, 2018

Molecular tests (PCR) may be performed on a variety of samples: Blood should be collected into two 4ml EDTA blood tubes (lilac or purple cap) Faeces in the standard faeces container. Sputum in standard container (sputum pot). For swabs, tissues, scrapes and and small volumes of body fluids...

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Tag:   Molecular (1)    

Outpatient Hysteroscopy and Outpatient Procedures Clinic

Last updated on Wednesday, December 27, 2023

We offer an Outpatient Procedures Service including an Outpatient Hysteroscopy Clinic for patients with heavy or irregular periods and other problems concerning the womb lining or cavity such as bleeding after the menopause. We also see patients with vulval irritation, skin tags, cysts and cervic...

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