Analysis of gene status in cervical dysplastic lesions and squamous cell carcinoma using tissue microarrays.

Abstract

Cervical displasia are classified as CIN-I, CIN-II and CIN-III. It has been observed that in at least 60% of CIN-I and CIN-II, the pathology disappears spontaneously, while around 30% persist at 24 months, 10% progress to CIN-III and 1% develops as a SCC. The factors involved in the evolution of the pathology are not defined, although infection of HPV is a… (More)
DOI: 10.14670/HH-24.821

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@article{Costa2009AnalysisOG, title={Analysis of gene status in cervical dysplastic lesions and squamous cell carcinoma using tissue microarrays.}, author={Carlota Costa and Blanca Espinet and Miguel Molina and Roc{\'i}o N. Salgado and M Luz Godino Salido and Teresa Bar{\'o} and Pere Fust{\'e} and Gemma Mancebo and Ramon C Carreras and Francesc Sol{\'e} and Sergi Serrano and Francesc Alameda}, journal={Histology and histopathology}, year={2009}, volume={24 7}, pages={821-9} }