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Synonyms for screening

the display of a motion picture

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fabric of metal or plastic mesh

the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it

testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics

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Since the SA cervical cytology programme is not a programme of this sort and has low uptake rates, success has been limited.
It was approved by the FDA in 2011 for screening women aged 21 years and older with abnormal cervical cytology results and for use adjunctively with normal cervical cytology in women aged 30 years and older to assess the presence or absence of high-risk HPV genotypes.
All cervical cytology results from the Overstrand for 2007 and 2009 were obtained electronically from the National Health Laboratory Service at Tygerberg Hospital, Parow, Cape Town.
cervical cancer screening guidelines for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-uninfected women 30 years or older have recently been revised, increasing the suggested interval between Papanicolaou (Pap) tests from 3 years to 5 years among those with normal cervical cytology results who test negative for oncogenic human papillomavirus (HPV).
to substitute for regular cervical cytology screening.
My primary role is in the reporting of abnormal cervical cytology specimens for the NHS Cancer Screening Programme and the preparation and analysis of other cytological samples.
Cervical cytology screening was introduced in 1943 and is considered the most successful cancer screening programme to date.
Paul Eros, director of Molecular Diagnostics, said the latest evidence shows that testing for HPV is more sensitive than the current option of cervical cytology.
Cervical cytology exams (Pap smear tests) determined the patients' LSIL status and this was confirmed by colposcopy and biopsy.
The Cervical Cytology Service at Southport hospital is facing the axe and the majority of work will be transferred to the Royal Liverpool on March 31.
Specific updates to this edition include guidelines for the management of abnormal cervical cytology and the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, as well as several topics not covered in previous editions.
iii) The interpretation of the test is objective and does not have the inherent subjectivity of visual screening methods or cervical cytology.
Other updated or new sections include those on health maintenance, cervical cytology with human papilloma virus subtyping, contraception, polycystic ovarian syndrome, osteoporosis, neonatal complications, and HIV.
Combined with cytology findings (Pap smears), they help determine which women with abnormal (ASCUS*) cervical cytology results should be referred for immediate colposcopy, biopsy and treatment.