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Immunocytochemical study of TOP2A and Ki-67 in cervical smears from women under routine gynecological care
BackgroundCervical cancer is one of the most common female cancers and is caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Viral infection leads to cell cycle deregulation by inactivating p53 and retinoblastomaExpand
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Molecular analysis and conventional cytology: association between HPV and bacterial vaginosis in the cervical abnormalities of a Brazilian population.
We investigated the association between bacterial vaginosis (BV) and human papillomavirus (HPV) infection in Papanicolaou smears in a Brazilian population. Cross-sectional analysis was performed onExpand
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Prevalence of Micro-organisms Found in Cervical and Vaginal Cytolic Scraps
Introduction: Cervico-vaginal cytology, or cervical cytology, has been the main method of detection and prevention of cervical cancer and studies the exfoliated cells of the squamocolumnar junction,Expand
Toxic effects of antineoplastic therapy in patients breast cancer in Caruaru-PE oncology center
Resultados: la mayor parte de la muestra estuvo formada por mujeres de 41 a 50 años (28,6%). Este estudio permitió identificar el tipo histológico más frecuente de cáncer de mama, con un carcinomaExpand
Frequency of microorganisms in vaginal discharges of high-risk pregnant women from a hospital in Caruaru , Pernambuco , Brazil
Introduction: During pregnancy, estrogen and progesterone levels may favor vaginal colonization by pathogenic microorganisms that can be associated with obstetric complications and neonatalExpand