Cervical cytology screening in HIV-positive women: do samples from genitourinary medicine departments have high inadequacy rates?

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Sirs: We read with interest the audit by Lim et al. on the cervical screening uptake in two cohorts of immunocompromised women in New Zealand. HIV-positive women in their study were more likely to have their annual cervical cytology in the sexual health clinic than with their general practitioner (GP). Cervical cytology sampling (CCS) as part of the UK… (More)
DOI: 10.1258/ijsa.2011.011383

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@article{Sundaram2012CervicalCS, title={Cervical cytology screening in HIV-positive women: do samples from genitourinary medicine departments have high inadequacy rates?}, author={Sri Sundaram and Dayan Vijeratnam and R. Patel and Selvavelu Samraj}, journal={International journal of STD & AIDS}, year={2012}, volume={23 3}, pages={227} }