Contribution of endocervical curettage in evaluating abnormal cervical cytology.

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A review of 540 patients evaluated by the Gynecologic Colposcopy Clinic for abnormal cervical cytology revealed that 372 (68.9%) had cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN), microinvasive carcinoma, or frank invasive carcinoma. The repeat cytologic smear taken before biopsy was falsely negative in 26.4%. An endocervical curettage was obtained in 52.5% of… (More)

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