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(Cervical cervix lesions)
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  • [Use of human papilloma virus testing in primary cervical cancer screening in rural Madagascar]. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Epidemiol Sante Publique 2018 Nov 14
  • Dumont A, Bessières N, … Benbassa A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Primary HPV-based screening is a strategy that could be useful for low-resource countries like Madagascar. It would reduce the rate of false positives and unnecessary treatments compared to the current strategy based on primary IVA. The questions of the feasibility and cost-benefit of this strategy should be further explored.
  • Prevention of cervical cancer in HIV-seropositive women from developing countries through cervical cancer screening: a systematic review. [Review]
  • SRSyst Rev 2018 Nov 17; 7(1):198
  • Mapanga W, Girdler-Brown B, … Singh E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although cervical cancer screening exists in almost all developing countries, what is missing is both opportunistic and systematic organised population-based screenings. Cervical cancer screening programmes need to be integrated into already existing HIV services to enable early detection and treatment. There is a need to offer opportunistic and coordinated screening programmes that are provider-initiated to promote early identification of cervical precancerous lesions.
  • Expression of p16INK4a and human papillomavirus 16 with associated risk factors in cervical premalignant and malignant lesions. [Journal Article]
  • SASouth Asian J Cancer 2018 Oct-Dec; 7(4):236-239
  • Pandey A, Chandra S, … Shrivastav V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cervical cancer is associated with low socio economic status, illiteracy, smoking, early age of marriage and conception in north Himalayan region of India. HPV 16 infection is positive in both cases and controls indicating high prevalence of HPV 16 in this region. Neoplastic transformation by HPV is identified by over expression of p16 INK4a in premalignant and malignant cases. The immunopositivity of p16 INK4a increases with the severity of cervical lesions and thus may play an important role in stratification of premalignant and malignant lesions.
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