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Abstract | Full HTML Article | PDF | Spanish ecancer 9 530 / https://doi.org/10.3332/ecancer.2015.530

Special Issue

Issues in optimising and standardising the accuracy and utility of the colposcopic examination in the HPV era

For this tribute to Mario Sideri, we reviewed some of the current issues in colposcopy, many of which we were researching with him. The review concentrates on the impact of HPV testing on cervical screening, specifically on the practice of colposcopy as the major diagnostic procedure in cervical screening programmes. Topics include the changing population of women referred to colposcopy, evolving views of the colposcopic impression, differing approaches to directed and random biopsy, issues in teaching colposcopy using static images, and the development of colposcopy aids, and simplified visual assessment techniques.

Keywords: cervix, screening, colposcopy, HPV

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