What is Endocervical Curettage?
Endocervical curettage (ECC) is a pathological procedure performed to detect the presence of cancer cells in the cervix. A spoon-shaped medical instrument called Curette is used in the process to scrape out tissues from endocervical canal.
How does Endocervical Curettage help?
This procedure helps the doctor to clinically analyse the abnormality in cells, and assess further investigations if required.