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  • Multiple Human Papilloma Virus Infections and Their Impact on the Development of High-Risk Cervical Lesions. [Journal Article]
  • ACActa Cytol 2015; 59(5):391-8
  • Salazar KL, Zhou HS, … Ge Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Multiple HPV infections are common with no additive or synergistic effect on the development of hrCL. Conversely, reduced hrCL rates were observed in various patterns of multiple HPV infections compared to their single-genotype infection counterparts, suggestive of possible intergenotypic competition or more effective immune response triggered by multiple infections. Further studies in larger cohorts are needed.
  • Prevalence of Anal Dysplasia in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease. [Journal Article]
  • CGClin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2015; 13(11):1955-61.e1
  • Shah SB, Pickham D, … Welton M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although there was a trend toward abnormal anal Papanicolaou tests in IBD subjects compared with HC, there was no difference based on immunosuppression. The presence of HPV did not correlate with abnormal anal cytology. Risk factors associated with this increased trend include female CD subjects and those with a longer duration of CD. number: NCT01860963;
  • Evaluation of the clinical significance of human papillomavirus (HPV) 53. [Multicenter Study]
  • EJEur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2015; 191:7-9
  • Padalko E, Ali-Risasi C, … Praet M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings support very low to lacking carcinogenic potential of HPV53. Recognising extreme rarity in cervical cancer next to high prevalence in general population of HPV53, further studies investigating progression to high-grade lesions are needed to elucidate the oncogenic potential of pHR-HPV53.
  • Reprocessing unsatisfactory ThinPrep papanicolaou tests using a modified SurePath preparation technique. [Journal Article]
  • CCCancer Cytopathol 2014; 122(5):343-8
  • Randolph ML, Wu HH, Crabtree WN
  • CONCLUSIONS: The modified SurePath processing technique was adept at handling nearly all of the challenges that biological and environmental conditions (blood, protein, lubricant, etc) present in liquid-based filter preparations. A total of 1093 (56%) of 1937 unsatisfactory ThinPrep Papanicolaou tests were converted to a satisfactory state, resulting in 116 abnormalities (10.6%) being diagnosed that otherwise would have gone undetected
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