Cervical cancer and cervical screening
Keywords:cervical cancer, cervical screening, traditional cytology, liquid-based cytology, Pap-test, The Bethesda System
The paper presents the modern laboratory aspects of cytology in the framework of an effective cervical screening: factors affecting the quality of cytology, comparing conventional and liquidbased cytology, standardization issue opinions cytology according to the Bethesda system (The Bethesda system).
The combination of cytology with HPV testing enables the clinician to identify and treated the initial, pre-cancerous stage in time, and also enables to reduce morbidity and mortality from cervical cancer in women in Ukraine
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