Colposcopically obtained images of vulvar, vaginal, and cervical epithelium for assessment of safety of intravaginal agents among normal adolescent females: comparison with in vivo exam and interobserver agreement.


OBJECTIVES This study was designed to assess identification of epithelial abnormalities of both in vivo examination as compared with colposcopically obtained images and interobserver assessment of the same images of the lower genital tract in healthy women. MATERIALS AND METHODS Ninety women between the ages of 14 and 21 years were recruited for a phase… (More)