How it works

Endocervical curettage has the potential to detect high-grade lesions or invasive cancer that may not be detected by colposcopy alone*.

FemCerv collects a 360° sample from the cervical canal for histological analysis. Clinical data reflects that physicians using FemCerv to perform an ECC found the device easy to insert, collected a sample adequate for histological evaluation, and was well tolerated by almost all patients, who experienced mild or no discomfort**. Learn More


* Abu J, Davies Q. Endocervical curettage at the time of colposcopic assessment of the uterine cervix. Obstet Gynecol Surv. 2005;60:315-320.
**J. Marcus, Endocervical Curettage with the FemCerv Endocervical Sampler The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, Volume 20, Issue 6,Supplement , Pages S108-S109, November 2013