A. Smith, MD

A. Smith, MD

Female
SPECIALTYOb/Gyn Women's health
SERVICES/TREATMENTS
Includes urine check, outside studies billed separately by respective centers
Initial well visit
Initial visit
With PAP
Without PAP
Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure where an illuminated magnified inspection of the vulva, vagina and cervix can detect premalignant and cancerous conditions. It is best done away from periods, doesn't take long and not painful. If a biopsy is needed there may be some discomfort.
A telescopic look at the cervix and biopsy
A telescopic look at the cervix
Cryoablation of the cervix is an office procedure where a freezing gas (liquid nitrogen) freezes and destroys precancerous cells on the cervix. It's relatively painless and usually two freeze-thaw cycles are performed.
An endometrial biopsy is the removal of a tissue sample from the lining of the uterus and commonly done to diagnose bleeding conditions. The procedure is done in the office, can take a few minutes and is painful.
Urodynamics is small catheter test to see how well the bladder holds and releases urine.
Removal of cervical polyp
Removal of warts/condylomas
Cone biopsy of cervix
Dilation and curettage (D&C)
Endocervical scraping
Along with dilation and curettage (D&C)
Inspection of the uterine cavity with a telescope
Drainage of Batholin's abscess
Drainage of vulvar abscess
A radiofrequency abalation of endometrium
Obstetric ultrasound
Pelvic ultrasound
Biopsy of vagina
Biopsy of vulva
Removal of IUD
A type of intrauterine device
A type of intrauterine device - removal and replacement
A type of intrauterine device
A type of intrauterine device
A type of intrauterine device
A type of intrauterine device (IUD)
Follow up
Doesn't include hospital or anesthesia costs
Doesn't include hospital or anesthesia costs
A vaccine to prevent certain papilloma viruses
Initial