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Revista Médica La Paz

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LEANO BERRIOS, Jaime  y  MENA REVOLLO, Lizeth Orieth. CYTOLOGIC, COLPOSCOPIC AND HISTOLOGIC CORRELATION OF PRECANCEROUS INJURIES IN THE CERVIX. Rev. Méd. La Paz [online]. 2020, vol.26, n.1, pp. 24-31. ISSN 1726-8958.

INTRODUCTION Cervical cancer is a preventable, curable and multifactorial disease, it is sexually transmitted through the human papillomavirus. This cancer is usually developed in the transformation zone of squamocolumnar junction in the cervix. Cervicovaginal cytology is a method of early detection which focuses on the study of abnormal cells. METHOD A descriptive, analytical, retrospective and correlational study was conducted. It was evaluated 370 complete clinical histories of patients with cytology, colposcopy and histology results. RESULT Cytological diagnosis of LIE-BG was observed at 63 % and LIE-AG at 17.2 %, moreover ASCUS was 6.7 % and ASCH 12.8 %. Concerning colposcopy diagnosis, 54% displayed LIE-BG and 42.5% displayed LIE-AG. The histological report reflected NIC I 62.2 %, NIC II 26.5 % and NIC III 9.7 %. CONCLUSIONS Regarding these three diagnostic methods, the correlation is high and provides significant percentages for premalignant lesions of the cervix

Palabras clave : Cytology; colposcopy; precancerous lesions.

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