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    1. Ashfaq, R; Sharma, S; Dulley, T; Saboorian, MH; Siddiqui, MT; Warner, C
      Clinical relevance of benign endometrial cells in postmenopausal women

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    2. Ha, SY; Cho, H; Oh, YH; Lee, JM; Suh, KS
      Cytologic and histologic correlation of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance

      JOURNAL OF KOREAN MEDICAL SCIENCE
    3. Massad, LS; Collins, YC; Meyer, PM
      Biopsy correlates of abnormal cervical cytology classified using the Bethesda system

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    4. Bollmann, R; Bollmann, M; Henson, DE; Bodo, M
      DNA cytometry confirms the utility of the Bethesda System for the classification of Papanicolaou smears

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    5. Smith-McCune, K; Mancuso, V; Contant, T; Jackson, R
      Management of women with atypical Papanicolaou tests of undetermined significance by board-certified gynecologists: Discrepancies with published guidelines

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    6. Geier, CS; Wilson, M; Creasman, W
      Clinical evaluation of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    7. Guerrini, L; Sama, D; Visani, M; Cotignoli, T; Sintoni, C; Maioli, P; Lanzanova, G; Schincaglia, P
      Is it possible to define a better ASCUS class in cervicovaginal screening?A review of 187 cases

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    8. Chhieng, DC; Elgert, P; Cangiarella, JF; Cohen, JM
      Variation in the incidence of AGUS between different patient populations

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    9. Sherman, ME; Solomon, D; Schiffman, M
      Qualification of ASCUS - A comparison of equivocal LSIL and equivocal HSILcervical cytology in the ASCUS LSIL Traige Study

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    10. Raab, SS
      Can glandular lesions be diagnosed in pap smear cytology?

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    11. Burnett, AF
      Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance Pap smears: appropriate evaluation and management

      CURRENT OPINION IN OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
    12. Duggan, MA
      Cytologic and histologic diagnosis and significance of controversial squamous lesions of the uterine cervix

      MODERN PATHOLOGY
    13. Cox, JT
      Evaluation of abnormal cervical cytology

      CLINICS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
    14. Giudice, A; Rizzo, M; Rossi, RT; Bonaffini, O; Buda, CA; Pettineo, G
      Diagnosis and survey of abnormal/atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance and low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions: A retrospectivestudy

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    15. Smith, AE; Sherman, ME; Scott, DR; Tabbara, SO; Dworkin, L; Olson, J; Thompson, J; Faser, C; Snell, J; Schiffman, M
      Review of the Bethesda System atlas does not improve reproducibility or accuracy in the classification of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance smears

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    16. Soofer, SB; Sidawy, MK
      Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance - Clinically significant lesions and means of patient follow-up

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    17. Roberts, JM; Thurloe, JK; Bowditch, RC; Laverty, CR
      Subdividing atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance according to the Australian modified Bethesda system - Analysis of outcomes

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    18. Davey, DD; Woodhouse, S; Styer, P; Stastny, J; Mody, D
      Atypical epithelial cells and specimen adequacy - Current laboratory practices of participants in the College of American Pathologists Interlaboratory Comparison Program in Cervicovaginal Cytology

      ARCHIVES OF PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE
    19. Ledger, WJ; Jeremias, J; Witkin, SS
      Testing for high-risk human papillomavirus types will become a standard ofclinical care

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    20. Vlahos, NP; Dragisic, KG; Wallach, EE; Burroughs, FH; Fluck, S; Rosenthal, DL
      Clinical significance of the qualification of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance: An analysis on the basis of histologic diagnoses

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    21. Myers, ER; McCrory, DC; Nanda, K; Bastian, L; Matchar, DB
      Mathematical model for the natural history of human papillomavirus infection and cervical carcinogenesis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    22. Chhieng, DC; Elgert, PA; Cangiarella, JF; Cohen, JM
      Clinical significance of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance - A follow-up study from an academic medical center

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    23. Ettler, HC; Joseph, MG; Downing, PA; Suskin, NG; Wright, VC
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance: A cytohistological study in a colposcopy clinic

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    24. Prey, M
      Routine pap smears for the diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis

      DIAGNOSTIC CYTOPATHOLOGY
    25. Benmoura, D; Cravello, L; Roger, V; Blanc, B
      Management of women with abnormal cervical cytologic smear: management of atypical smears

      CONTRACEPTION FERTILITE SEXUALITE
    26. Ledger, WJ; Jeremias, J
      Isn't it time to recognize and treat carcinoma of the cervix as an infectious disease?

      INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
    27. Cardosi, RJ; Arango, HA; Phillips, R; Towsley, GA; Hoffman, MS
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance: Do we need colposcopy?

      JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
    28. Scholes, D; McBride, C; Grothaus, L; Curry, S; Albright, J; Ludman, E
      The association between cigarette smoking and low-grade cervical abnormalities in reproductive-age women

      CANCER CAUSES & CONTROL
    29. Sherman, ME; Tabbara, SO; Scott, DR; Kurman, RJ; Glass, AG; Manos, MM; Burk, RD; Rush, BB; Schiffman, M
      "ASCUS, rule out HSIL": Cytologic features, histologic correlates, and human papillomavirus detection

      MODERN PATHOLOGY

    30. Management of an abnormal cervical smear

      ANNALES DE PATHOLOGIE
    31. Raab, SS; Bishop, NS; Zaleski, MS
      Effect of cervical disease history on outcomes of women who have a pap diagnosis of atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    32. Ronnett, BM; Manos, MM; Ransley, JE; Fetterman, BJ; Kinney, WK; Hurley, LB; Ngai, JS; Kurman, RJ; Sherman, ME
      Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance (AGUS): Cytopathologic features, histopathologic results, and human papillomavirus DNA detection

      HUMAN PATHOLOGY
    33. Zanotti, KM; Kennedy, AW
      Screening for gynecologic cancer

      MEDICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    34. Montes, MA; Cibas, ES; DiNisco, SA; Lee, KR
      Cytologic characteristics of abnormal cells in prior "normal" cervical/vaginal Papanicolaou smears from women with a high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    35. Lonky, NM; Sadeghi, M; Tsadik, GW; Petitti, D
      The clinical significance of the poor correlation of cervical dysplasia and cervical malignancy with referral cytologic results

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    36. Manetta, A; Keefe, K; Lin, F; Ahdoot, D; Kaleb, V
      Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance in cervical cytologic findings

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    37. Rader, AE; Rose, PG; Rodriguez, M; Mansbacher, S; Pitlik, D; Abdul-Karim, FW
      Atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance in women over 55 - Comparison with the general population and implications for management

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    38. Malik, SN; Wilkinson, EJ; Drew, PA; Bennett, BB; Hardt, NS
      Do qualifiers of ASCUS distinguish between low- and high-risk patients?

      ACTA CYTOLOGICA
    39. Renshaw, AA; Friedman, MM; Rahemtulla, A; Granter, SR; Dean, BR; Cronin, JA; Jiroutek, M; Cibas, ES
      Accuracy and reproducibility of estimating the adequacy of the squamous component of cervicovaginal smears

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    40. HILLEMANNS P; THALER C; KIMMIG R
      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES OF CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA - IS THE CURRENT CONCEPT OF SCREENING AND DIAGNOSTIC TRIAGE STRATEGY STILL VALID

      Gynakologisch-geburtshilfliche Rundschau
    41. CASPER MJ; CLARKE AE
      MAKING THE PAP SMEAR INTO THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB - CERVICAL-CANCER SCREENING IN THE USA, CIRCA 1940-95

      Social studies of science
    42. BALDAUF JJ; RITTER J
      COMPARISON OF THE RISKS OF CYTOLOGIC SURVEILLANCE OF WOMEN WITH ATYPICAL CELLS OR LOW-GRADE ABNORMALITIES ON CERVICAL SMEAR - REVIEW OF THELITERATURE

      European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology
    43. ABADI MA; HO GYF; BURK RD; ROMNEY SL; KADISH AS
      STRINGENT CRITERIA FOR HISTOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS OF KOILOCYTOSIS FAIL TOELIMINATE OVERDIAGNOSIS OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION AND CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA GRADE-1

      Human pathology
    44. ESKRIDGE C; BEGNEAUD WP; LANDWEHR C
      CERVICOGRAPHY COMBINED WITH REPEAT PAPANICOLAOU TEST AS TRIAGE FOR LOW-GRADE CYTOLOGIC ABNORMALITIES

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    45. KINNEY WK; MANOS M; HURLEY LB; RANSLEY JE
      WHERES THE HIGH-GRADE CERVICAL NEOPLASIA - THE IMPORTANCE OF MINIMALLY ABNORMAL PAPANICOLAOU DIAGNOSES

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    46. Lerman, E; Colomo, L; Carreras, A; Esteva, E; Quilez, M; Prat, J
      Rescreening of atypical cervicovaginal smears using PAPNET

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    47. DUPREE WB; SUPRUN HZ; BECKWITH DG; SHANE JJ; LUCENTE V
      THE PROMISE AND RISK OF A NEW TECHNOLOGY - THE LEHIGH VALLEY HOSPITALS EXPERIENCE WITH LIQUID-BASED CERVICAL CYTOLOGY

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    48. SCHOOLLAND M; STERRETT GF; KNOWLES SAS; MITCHELL KM; KURINCZUK JJ
      THE INCONCLUSIVE POSSIBLE HIGH-GRADE EPITHELIAL ABNORMALITY CATEGORY IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR REPORTING

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    49. GENEST DR; DEAN B; LEE KR; SHEETS E; CRUM CP; CIBAS ES
      QUALIFYING THE CYTOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE AFFECTS THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF A SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESION ON SUBSEQUENT BIOPSY

      Archives of pathology and laboratory medicine
    50. LINDER J; ZAHNISER D
      THINPREP PAPANICOLAOU TESTING TO REDUCE FALSE-NEGATIVE CERVICAL CYTOLOGY

      Archives of pathology and laboratory medicine
    51. VELJOVICH DS; STOLER MH; ANDERSEN WA; COVELL JL; RICE LW
      ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - A 5-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE HISTOPATHOLOGIC STUDY

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    52. SUHBURGMANN E; DARRAGH T; SMITHMCCUNE K
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - MANAGEMENT PATTERNS AT AN ACADEMIC-MEDICAL-CENTER

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    53. SCHENCK U; HERBERT A; SOLOMON D; AMMA NS; COLLINS RJ; GUPTA SK; JIMENEZAYALA M; KOBILKOVA J; NIELSEN M; SUPRUN HZ
      TERMINOLOGY - IAC TASK-FORCE SUMMARY

      Acta cytologica
    54. MELNIKOW J; NUOVO J; PALIESCHESKEY M; STEWART GK; HOWELL L; GREEN W
      DETECTION OF HIGH-GRADE CERVICAL DYSPLASIA - IMPACT OF AGE AND BETHESDA SYSTEM TERMINOLOGY

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    55. GHOUSSOUB RAD; RIMM DL
      DEGREE OF DYSPLASIA FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS OF ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OFUNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE IS INFLUENCED BY PATIENT HISTORY AND TYPE OF FOLLOW-UP

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    56. STEVENS MW; MILNE AJ; JAMES KA; BRANCHEAU D; ELLISON D; KUAN L
      EFFECTIVENESS OF AUTOMATED CERVICAL CYTOLOGY RESCREENING USING THE AUTOPAP(R) 300 QC SYSTEM

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    57. SHERMAN ME; SCHIFFMAN MH; MANGO LJ; KELLY D; ACOSTA D; CASON Z; ELGERT P; ZALESKI S; SCOTT DR; KURMAN RJ; STOLER M; LORINCZ AT
      EVALUATION OF PAPNET TESTING AS AN ANCILLARY TOOL TO CLARIFY THE STATUS OF THE ATYPICAL CERVICAL SMEAR

      Modern pathology
    58. SIGURDSSON K; ARNADOTTIR T; SNORRADOTTIR M; BENEDIKTSDOTTIR K; SAEMUNDSSON H
      HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) IN AN ICELANDIC POPULATION - THE ROLE OF HPV DNA TESTING BASED ON HYBRID CAPTURE AND PCR ASSAYS AMONG WOMEN WITHSCREEN-DETECTED ABNORMAL PAP SMEARS

      International journal of cancer
    59. WILBUR DC
      PATTEN,STANLEY,F., JR., MD, PHD, AND ATYPICAL CELLS OF SQUAMOUS TYPE - ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE (ASCUS)

      CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY
    60. RANSDELL JS; DAVEY DD; ZALESKI S
      CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION OF THE UNSATISFACTORY PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR

      Cancer cytopathology
    61. SOOFER SB; SIDAWY MK
      REACTIVE CELLULAR-CHANGE - IS THERE AN INCREASED RISK FOR SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESIONS

      Cancer cytopathology
    62. SHERMAN ME; SCHIFFMAN MH; LORINCZ AT; HERRERO R; HUTCHINSON ML; BRATTI C; ZAHNISER D; MORALES J; HILDESHEIM A; HELGESEN K; KELLY D; ALFARO M; MENA F; BALMACEDA I; MANGO L; GREENBERG M
      CERVICAL SPECIMENS COLLECTED IN LIQUID BUFFER ARE SUITABLE FOR BOTH CYTOLOGIC SCREENING AND ANCILLARY HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS TESTING

      Cancer cytopathology
    63. LEE KR; MINTER LJ; CRUM CP
      KOILOCYTOTIC ATYPIA IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS - REPRODUCIBILITY AND BIOPSY CORRELATIONS

      Cancer cytopathology
    64. DEMAY RM
      COMMON PROBLEMS IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEAR INTERPRETATION

      Archives of pathology and laboratory medicine
    65. EDDY GL; STRUMPF KB; WOJTOWYCZ MA; PIRAINO PS; MAZUR MT
      BIOPSY FINDINGS IN 531 PATIENTS WITH ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS OF UNCERTAIN SIGNIFICANCE AS DEFINED BY THE BETHESDA SYSTEM

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    66. RAAB SS
      THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF CERVICAL-VAGINAL RESCREENING

      American journal of clinical pathology
    67. VOYTEK TM; KANNAN V; KLINE TS
      ATYPICAL PARAKERATOSIS - A MARKER OF DYSPLASIA

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    68. KLINE MJ; DAVEY DD
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE QUALIFIED - A FOLLOW-UP-STUDY

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    69. HOWELL LP; DAVIS RL
      FOLLOW-UP OF PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS DIAGNOSED AS ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLSOF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    70. LIAO SY; STANBRIDGE EJ
      EXPRESSION OF THE MN ANTIGEN IN CERVICAL PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS IS AN EARLY DIAGNOSTIC BIOMARKER OF CERVICAL DYSPLASIA

      Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention
    71. COX JT
      CLINICAL ROLE OF HPV TESTING

      Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America
    72. CLARKE AE; CASPER MJ
      FROM SIMPLE TECHNOLOGY TO COMPLEX ARENA - CLASSIFICATION OF PAP-SMEARS, 1917-90

      Medical anthropology quarterly
    73. MORINI N; BUCCHI L; NALDONI C; SCHINCAGLIA P; CAPACCI N; FANTOZZI V; BUZZI G
      EFFECTS OF THE BETHESDA SYSTEM ON THE RATE OF UNSATISFACTORY PAP SMEARS IN SPONTANEOUS CERVICAL SCREENING

      Tumori
    74. MCCLUGGAGE WG; BHARUCHA H; CAUGHLEY LM; DATE A; HAMILTON PW; THORNTON CM; WALSH MY
      INTEROBSERVER VARIATION IN THE REPORTING OF CERVICAL COLPOSCOPIC BIOPSY SPECIMENS - COMPARISON OF GRADING SYSTEMS

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    75. COCCHI V; SINTONI C; CARRETTI D; SAMA D; CHIARI U; SEGALA V; DELAZER AL; GRILLI N; PAPALEO R; GHIRARDINI C; BUCCHI L
      EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE IN CERVICAL VAGINAL CYTOLOGY - INTERLABORATORY AGREEMENT IN THE EMILIA-ROMAGNA REGION OF ITALY/

      Acta cytologica
    76. HENRY JA; WADEHRA V
      INFLUENCE OF SMEAR QUALITY ON THE RATE OF DETECTING SIGNIFICANT CERVICAL CYTOLOGIC ABNORMALITIES

      Acta cytologica
    77. LEE KR; MANNA EA; STJOHN T
      ATYPICAL ENDOCERVICAL GLANDULAR CELLS - ACCURACY OF CYTOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    78. MAHON SM
      THE BETHESDA SYSTEM FOR CLASSIFICATION OF PAP SMEARS - THE CLINICAL-EXPERIENCE OF ONE CANCER SCREENING CENTER

      Cancer nursing
    79. JONES HW
      IMPACT OF THE BETHESDA SYSTEM

      Cancer
    80. RAAB SS; ISACSON C; LAYFIELD LJ; LENEL JC; SLAGEL DD; THOMAS PA
      ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - CYTOLOGIC CRITERIA TO SEPARATE CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT FROM BENIGN LESIONS

      American journal of clinical pathology
    81. YOUNG NA; NARYSHKIN S; ATKINSON BF; EHYA H; GUPTA PK; KLINE TS; LUFF RD
      INTEROBSERVER VARIABILITY OF CERVICAL SMEARS WITH SQUAMOUS-CELL ABNORMALITIES - A PHILADELPHIA STUDY

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    82. DAVEY DD; NARYSHKIN S; NIELSEN ML; KLINE TS
      ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE - INTERLABORATORY COMPARISON AND QUALITY ASSURANCE MONITORS

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    83. HALL S; WU TC; SOUDI N; SHERMAN ME
      LOW-GRADE SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESIONS - CYTOLOGIC PREDICTORS OF BIOPSY CONFIRMATION

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    84. KUHLEROBBARIUS C; MILDELANGOSCH K; HELLINGGIESE G; SALFELDER A; PEIMANN C; LONING T
      POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-ASSISTED PAPILLOMAVIRUS DETECTION IN CERVICOVAGINAL SMEARS - STRATIFICATION BY CLINICAL RISK AND CYTOLOGY REPORTS

      Virchows Archiv
    85. SHERMAN ME; MANGO LJ; KELLY D; PAULL G; LUDIN V; COPELAND C; SOLOMON D; SCHIFFMAN MH
      PAPNET ANALYSIS OF REPORTEDLY NEGATIVE SMEARS PRECEDING THE DIAGNOSISOF A HIGH-GRADE SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESION OR CARCINOMA

      Modern pathology
    86. KURMAN RJ; HENSON DE; HERBST AL; NOLLER KL; SCHIFFMAN MH; BONFIGLIO T; BUCK H; CRUM C; CURTIN JP; GREENBERG M; HATCH K; JENSON AB; JOHNSON P; JONES H; KAMINETSKY H; KLEIN L; KOSS L; KRUMHOLZ B; LEE N; LUFF R; MANDELBLATT J; REID R; RICHART R; SEDLACEK T; SNEIDERMAN C; SOLOMON D; STOLER M; TAUB F; TRIMBLE E; TUCKER E; TWIGGS LB; WILKINSON E; ATKINSON B; AVERETTE HE; CREASMAN W; FRYHOFER S; NOY J; NIELSEN M; NOLLER K; PARK R; WESTHOFF D
      INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR MANAGEMENT OF ABNORMAL CERVICAL CYTOLOGY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    87. HATCH KD
      PREINVASIVE CERVICAL NEOPLASIA

      Seminars in oncology
    88. WIDRA EA; DOOKHAN D; JORDAN A; MCCUE P; BIBBO M; DUNTON CJ
      EVALUATION OF THE ATYPICAL CYTOLOGIC SMEAR - VALIDITY OF THE 1991 BETHESDA SYSTEM

      Journal of reproductive medicine
    89. SPIRES SE; BANKS ER; WEEKS JA; BANKS HW; DAVEY DD
      ASSESSMENT OF CERVICOVAGINAL SMEAR ADEQUACY - THE BETHESDA SYSTEM GUIDELINES AND REPRODUCIBILITY

      American journal of clinical pathology
    90. SHERMAN ME; SCHIFFMAN MH; LORINCZ AT; MANOS MM; SCOTT DR; KURMAN RJ; KIVIAT NB; STOLER M; GLASS AG; RUSH BB
      TOWARD OBJECTIVE QUALITY ASSURANCE IN CERVICAL CYTOPATHOLOGY - CORRELATION OF CYTOPATHOLOGIC DIAGNOSES WITH DETECTION OF HIGH-RISK HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPES

      American journal of clinical pathology
    91. KUHLEROBBARIUS C; MILDELANGOSCH K; LONING T; STEGNER HE
      POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-ASSISTED EVALUATION OF LOW AND HIGH-GRADE SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESION CYTOLOGY AND REAPPRAISAL OF THE BETHESDA SYSTEM

      Acta cytologica
    92. SIDAWY MK; TABBARA SO
      REACTIVE CHANGE AND ATYPICAL SQUAMOUS CELLS OF UNDETERMINED SIGNIFICANCE IN PAPANICOLAOU SMEARS - A CYTOHISTOLOGIC CORRELATION

      Diagnostic cytopathology
    93. FERENCZY A
      MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT WITH AN ABNORMAL PAPANICOLAOU TEST - RECENTDEVELOPMENTS

      Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America


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