Causes and relevance of unsatisfactory and satisfactory but limited smears of liquid-based compared with conventional cervical cytology.

@article{Siebers2012CausesAR,
  title={Causes and relevance of unsatisfactory and satisfactory but limited smears of liquid-based compared with conventional cervical cytology.},
  author={A G Siebers and Paul J. J. M. Klinkhamer and Judith E. M. Vedder and Marc Arbyn and Johan Bulten},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={136 1},
  pages={76-83}
}
CONTEXT Recent randomized controlled trials have shown a significant decrease in unsatisfactory rates for liquid-based cytology (LBC) compared with conventional Papanicolaou test (CP). The underlying causes and relevance of unsatisfactory results for LBC and CP have never been compared within the setting of a randomized controlled trial. OBJECTIVE To examine differences in causes and relevance of unsatisfactory and satisfactory but limited by (SBLB) results for LBC and CP. DESIGN Data from… CONTINUE READING
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