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Experience with a latex agglutination-inhibition slide test for human chorionic gonadotrophin which allows pregnancy to be diagnosed in three minutes is described. Among 350 tests performed, 115 were in patients who presented with some complication of a presumed pregnancy, and 132 patients presented diagnostic problems in which pregnancy was to be ruled(More)
This is the first case-control study to determine whether smoking is associated with cervical dysplasia, after adjustment for human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, among a group of non-Hispanic black women. Subjects were interviewed and asked questions about smoking and other risk factors for cervical cancer. HPV infection was determined by hybrid capture.(More)
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