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Comparative performance of novel self‐sampling methods in detecting high‐risk human papillomavirus in 30,130 women not attending cervical screening
TLDR
The two self‐sampling methods are equally effective in detecting hrHPV, CIN2+/CIN3+ and are both well accepted and the two self-sampling devices performed similarly in user comfort.
Nuss Procedure: Pediatric Surgical Solution for Adults with Pectus Excavatum
TLDR
The Nuss procedure is as effective for correcting pectus excavatum in adults as it is in children, however, in adults the bars tended to be less stable, and wound abscesses occurred more frequently.
Dry Storage and Transport of a Cervicovaginal Self-Sample by Use of the Evalyn Brush, Providing Reliable Human Papillomavirus Detection Combined with Comfort for Women
TLDR
Self-sampling using the dry Evalyn Brush system is as good as a physician-taken sample for hrHPV detection and is highly acceptable to women, according to a large screening cohort studied.
The clinical value of HPV genotyping in triage of women with high‐risk‐HPV‐positive self‐samples
TLDR
In case of prior knowledge of hrHPV presence, triage by cytology testing can be improved by adjusting its threshold, and combining it with HPV16/18 genotyping, which improve the referral rate and specificity for detecting CIN3+ lesions, while maintaining adequate sensitivity.
Triage of high-risk HPV positive women in cervical cancer screening
TLDR
This article presents an overview of available options for triage of hrHPV positive women, with their strengths and limitations and possible future opportunities, and current knowledge on morphological biomarkers, molecular biomarkers and combined triage strategies.
Lung Function after the Minimal Invasive Pectus Excavatum Repair (Nuss Procedure)
TLDR
After the Nuss procedure for pectus excavatum, there was no improvement of pulmonary function, but neither was the patient’s pulmonary function harmed by resolving a largely cosmetic problem.
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