Saed M. Naguib

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This study attempted to elucidate the etiology of cervical cancer by examining its association with a number of factors in a relatively unselected group of women. In 1963, a cytologic screening program was undertaken in Washington County, Maryland. The irrigation smear method was used. The final study group of 4341 was 46% of all white women aged 30-45(More)
The prevalence of trichomonas vaginalis in a relatively unselected group of 4341 30-45 year old white women from Washington County, Maryland, was examined in Papanicolaou stained smears prepared by the self-administered irrigation smear method. 14.5% of the 4290 satisfactory smears were classified as positive for T. vaginalis. This may have been(More)
Background: There is mounting evidence for HPV involvement in cervical cancer Human Papilloma Virus DNA is detected by hybridization techniques in 75 – 100% of patients with condylomas, precancerous cervical dysplasia, and invasive carcinoma. Objective: The aim of this study was investigating factors that may contribute to falsenegative colposcopic biopsy(More)
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