CKC

(redirected from Cold Knife Cone)
AcronymDefinition
CKCCanadian Kennel Club
CKCContinental Kennel Club
CKCCavalier King Charles Spaniel (dog breed)
CKCChrist the King College (various locations)
CKCCitrix Knowledge Center
CKCCreating Keepsakes Convention
CKCChelsea Kayak Club (UK)
CKCCanoe Kayak Club (various locations)
CKCClark Kerr Campus (University of California, Berkeley)
CKCCentral Kentucky Chapter (American Institute of Architects)
CKCChiang Kai-Shek (former leader of the Republic of China)
CKCCool Kids Cooking
CKCCir-Kit Concepts (Rochester, MN)
CKCColorado Karate Club (martial arts; Brighton, CO)
CKCCold Knife Cone (biopsy)
CKCCalifornia Kiwifruit Commission
CKCChelsea Karate Club (martial arts; UK)
CKCCologny Karate Club (martial arts; Cologny, France)
CKCCool Kids Club
CKCCairo Kidney Center
CKCCordoba Kennel Club (Argentina)
CKCCanet Kite Club (Canet-en-Roussillon, France)
CKCClown Kitch Compagnie (French professional clown company)
CKCColorado Kayak Club
CKCCalvary Karate Club (martial arts; Pinellas Park, FL)
CKCCalifornia Karate Club (martial arts; Santa Monica, CA)
CKCChristelijke Knutsel Club (Dutch: Christian Craft Club)
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Himes, of the department of obstetrics and gynecology, Magee--Womens Hospital, Pittsburgh, identified 1,080 women who had become pregnant after undergoing a colposcopic biopsy, a loop electrosurgical excision procedure, or a cold knife cone biopsy Overall, cervical conization was not associated with an increased rate of preterm birth, which occurred in 12.
Saftlas said results of previous studies have suggested that treatment of cervical dysplasia with cold knife cone is associated with an increased risk of preterm delivery but that studies of conservative therapies have been inconclusive.
5 3 LEEP 2 1 3 Laser ablation 3 1 4 Laser cone 3 2 5 Cold knife cone 3 2 5 Hysterectomy 4 4 8 LEEP denotes loop excision of the endocervix.
The decision tree of Figure 1 is used with the probabilities in Table 1 to calculate the probability that each procedure (cryotherapy, LEEP, laser ablation, laser cone, cold knife cone, or hysterectomy) will be used.
The 36 patients underwent hysterectomy after cold knife cone biopsy or loop electrical excisional procedures (LEEP).
In a metaanalysis comparing cold knife cone biopsy and LEEP in the management of 105 cases of AIS, Dr.
If LEEP is equivalent to cold knife cone for diagnosis and treatment [of AIS], many would consider it the preferred excisional technique.