To prepare our residents to be competent in the evaluation and management of urogenital dysplasia by teaching basic colposcopic techniques, techniques for treatment (cryotherapy, CO2 laser ablation, office LEEP, and cervical conization), and review of normal and abnormal cytology, histology, colposcopic findings, and ASCCP management algorithms.
Seine Chiang, MD University of Washington (UWMC)
Our program provides comprehensive training in the evaluation and management of urogenital dysplasia through our gynecology clinics, resident continuity clinic, and specialized colposcopy clinics at Harborview (PGY 1, PGY 3) and University of Washington Medical Centers (PGY 1, PGY 4). Together, these two colposcopy clinics provide up to 38 clinics of focused dysplasia education and clinical training during the 4 years of residency. Additionally, other trainees such as residents from Internal Medicine Women's Health and Family Medicine as well as 3rd year medical students rotate through these two specialty clinics. Each clinic session begins with patient care conference and case-based teaching.
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