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AcronymDefinition
ASCUSAtypical Squamous Cells of Unknown Significance
ASCUSAtypical Squamous Cells of Uncertain Significance
ASCUSAtypical Squamous Cells of Undetermined Significance
ASCUSAcademic Serials in Communication-Unified System (New York)
ASCUSAssociation for School, College and University Staffing (now American Association for Employment in Education)
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They conceded that unavailable data on ASCUS subclassifications were a limitation, as were unavailable colposcopic and histologic data for some women.
Materials and methods: a cross-sectional study carried out between February 2003 and April 2005 in women attending the Samaritana teaching hospital having a cytological diagnosis of ASCUS.
Total results (N) (N) (N) (N) Normal 73 304 10 387 ASCUS 12 18 0 30 LGSIL 24 17 2 43 HGSIL 5 0 1 6 Total 114 339 13 464 Table II.
25) Our study showed that 34 patients were infected by HSV 2 and 4 were infected by CMV in case of ASCUS and above out of 252 women.
CIN2 or a more severe histology was found in 75 of the women in the experiemental arm, 54 of whom had ASCUS or more severe cytology and 73 of whom tested positive for HPV.
There are 3 main types of HPV technology in current use, with only 1 (Hybrid Capture 2 [HC2], Digene, Gaithersburg, MD) approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for triage of ASCUS cytology and primary screening; HC2 tests for a panel of 13 high- and intermediate-risk HPV types, including 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, and 68.
El test de VPH asociado a la citologia de monocapa para la evaluacion de mujeres con ASCUS (sigla en ingles que corresponde a atipia epitelial de significado indeterminado) no supera a la citologia convencional.
Detecting Abnormal Cytology With Self- and Clinician-Collected Samples Sensitivity Specificity Self Clinician Self Clinician ASCUS 0.
PWH recommends that the test be used in all its ASCUS patients to detect high-risk human papillomavirus, the cause of cervical cancer.
The total enrollment target was comprised of 2,000 normal subjects and 1,400 women with atypical, or ASCUS, Pap test results.
TABLE 3 Age Number of cases LSIL HSIL ASCUS AGCUS 18-20 19 21-25 108 1 1 26-30 165 3 31-35 171 4 36-40 188 6 3 1 41-45 206 4 2 1 46-50 143 3 4 1 1