The purpose of this study is to develop a multiplexed low coherence interferometry (mLCI)
endoscopic probe for mapping the epithelial types of the cervix. This vaginal mLCI probe will
obtain optical measurements from the cervix. These measurements can be used to create a map
of the surface cells that distinguishes ectocervical epithelia, endocervical epithelia, and
the squamocolumnar junction (t-zone), which is the region where cervical dysplasia is most
likely to occur.