Endocervical curettage has the potential to detect high-grade lesions or invasive cancer that may not be detected by colposcopy alone*. Current sampling methods may limit your ability to collect an adequate sample.

FemCerv Technique



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Insert device with sheath closed to protect collection chamber from ectocervical contamination.

To collect a tissue sample, open sheath and rotate handle 360° at least twice in each direction.

To contain and protect the collected sample, close sheath and withdraw the device.

Open sheath and swirl device tip in formalin to submit sample.



* Abu J, Davies Q. Endocervical curettage at the time of colposcopic assessment of the uterine cervix. Obstet Gynecol Surv. 2005;60:315-320.