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Abbreviations: HSIL, high grade squamous intraepithelial lesions; LLETZ, large loop excision of the transformation zone; ASC, ambulatory surgery center Abstract Most of the cervical high grade lesions are now treated in the outpatient setting. Generally, the procedure is considered to have low surgical morbidity however, little is known about perioperative infection rates following this procedure. In order to reduce postsurgical risk of infection and patient discomfort, and to minimize the postdoi:10.15406/mojwh.2016.02.00031 fatcat:6r3uabwt7jh3flz4xdlntawjsi