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Tojinn With the purchase of this slide set you are entitled to use the slides for educational purposes without obtaining a separate reprint permission from ASCCP. For women years of age, routine screening with cytology in 3 years is indicated. Management of Abnormal Pap Smears. Documents Flashcards Grammar checker.

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Repeat cytology at 1 year is acceptable. Repeat co-testing at 1 year is also acceptable. If the 1-year repeat co-test result is HPV negative and cytology negative, repeat co-testing in 3 years is recommended. Human papillomavirus merits special consideration because of its association with cervical adenocarcinomas, which are less efficiently detected by cytology than squamous cancers.

If the HPV test is done and is negative, return to routine screening is recommended. If the HPV test is positive, repeating both tests in 1 year is acceptable.

Genotyping is also acceptable. If HPV type 16 or type 18 is present, colposcopy is recommended. If HPV type 16 and type 18 are absent, repeat co-testing in 12 months is recommended. Repeat cytology in 3 years is acceptable if HPV testing is not performed. Co-testing is preferable to using a Pap test alone for women ages 30— Using human papillomavirus HPV testing in addition to a Pap test also known as co-testing is preferable to using a Pap test alone for women ages 30 — 65 years.

The recommendation for co-testing is based on evidence showing that adding an HPV test to cytology increases detection of cervical precancer and reduces the rate of invasive cervical cancer, compared to using a Pap test alone. As an alternative for managing these patients, the guidelines continue to offer the option of repeating Pap and HPV testing at a one-year interval.

HPV and cytology co-testing, and HPV genotyping, in women aged Summary of cervical cancer screening recommendations.

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Repeat cytology at 1 year is acceptable. Repeat co-testing at 1 year is also acceptable. If the 1-year repeat co-test result is HPV negative and cytology negative, repeat co-testing in 3 years is recommended. Human papillomavirus merits special consideration because of its association with cervical adenocarcinomas, which are less efficiently detected by cytology than squamous cancers. If the HPV test is done and is negative, return to routine screening is recommended. If the HPV test is positive, repeating both tests in 1 year is acceptable.

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