Management of low-grade CIN: follow-up or treatment?


OBJECTIVE To examine whether low-grade cervical dysplasia carries a higher risk of progression when associated with the cancer-related human papillomavirus types 16, 18, 31 or 33. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective, with PCR-based HPV diagnosis on the original cervical biopsies from 71 patients with CIN I and II. CIN III developed in 34 lesions, and 37 showed… (More)


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@article{Hording1995ManagementOL, title={Management of low-grade CIN: follow-up or treatment?}, author={U Hording and Justin A. Jung{\'e} and Carsten Rygaard and Fredrik Lundvall}, journal={European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology}, year={1995}, volume={62 1}, pages={49-52} }