High-risk HPVs and risk of cervical neoplasia: a nested case-control study.

  title={High-risk HPVs and risk of cervical neoplasia: a nested case-control study.},
  author={Ann L Coker and Tsilya Gerasimova and Melanie R King and Kirby L Jackson and Lucia Pirisi},
  journal={Experimental and molecular pathology},
  volume={70 2},
The purpose of this nested case-control study was to estimate the risk of SIL development among a cohort of women providing cervical samples as part of their family planning visit at baseline in 1991-1992. All women had normal cervical cytology (N = 2905) at baseline and provided a cervical sample for subsequent HPV typing. Among this cohort, 426 women developed SIL (22 HSIL and 404 LSIL), 619 developed atypia, and 1860 remained cytologically normal. Two controls per case were sampled from… CONTINUE READING


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