Interim Guidelines for Management of Abnormal Cervical Cytology

  title={Interim Guidelines for Management of Abnormal Cervical Cytology},
  author={R. Kurman and D. Henson and A. Herbst and K. Noller and M. Schiffman and T. Bonfiglio and H. Buck and C. Crum and J. Curtin and M. Greenberg and K. D. Hatch and A. B. Jenson and P. Johnson and H. W. Jones and Harold A. Kaminetsky and L. Klein and L. Koss and B. Krumholz and N. Lee and R. Luff and Jeanne S. Mandelblatt and R. Reid and R. Richart and T. Sedlacek and C. Sneiderman and D. Solomon and M. Stoler and F. Taub and E. Trimble and E. F. Tucker and L. Twiggs and E. Wilkinson and B. Atkinson and Harvey E. Averette and W. T. Creasman and S. Fryhofer and J. Noy and Mary L. Nielsen and R. Park and Douglas Westhoff},
  • R. Kurman, D. Henson, +37 authors Douglas Westhoff
  • Published 1994
  • Medicine
  • JAMA
  • THE INCIDENCE of and mortality from cervical cancer in the United States have decreased dramatically over the past 40 years, in part because of early diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer precursor lesions. The success of cervical cytological screening has served as a model for early diagnosis of other types of cancer. Although numerous studies have shown that lack of cytological screening is a major risk factor for the development of invasive cervical cancer, 1-3 it is important to… CONTINUE READING
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