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Barclay C. Atypical glandular cells on screening raise cervical cancer risk. Practitioner 2016; 260 (1794):8

Atypical glandular cells on screening raise cervical cancer risk

23 Jun 2016Registered users

Atypical glandular cell change detected by cytological screening is associated with a high and persistent risk of cervical cancer, particularly adenocarcinoma, a Swedish longitudinal study has shown.

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