uterine cervix

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Synonyms for uterine cervix

necklike opening to the uterus

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We conducted a quality improvement trial to assess compliance with cervical cancer screening guidelines for women aged 30 to 65 among Baylor Scott & White health care providers at the Temple, Texas, site.
The full text of OUI's statement on LUGPA's new prostate cancer screening guidelines can be found on the OUI website or at rgne.
American Cancer Society lung cancer screening guidelines [published online ahead of print January 11, 2013].
Also see "Task Force Announced New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines.
The ACS issued updated cervical cancer screening guidelines in 2002.
Enhanced with health tips, cooking ideas, healthy food substitutions, and cancer screening guidelines, The American Cancer Society's Healthy Eating Cookbook is a "user friendly" and welcome addition to any kitchen cookbook collection, but especially recommended for families having to deal with cancer and its aftermath.
Updated Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Released" American Cancer Society, May 15, 2003.
The current rate of patient adherence with recommended colorectal cancer screening guidelines -- using any method -- is lower than for screening tests for breast, cervical or prostate cancers.
Stool-based DNA technology is included in the colorectal cancer screening guidelines of the American Cancer Society and the U.
New American Cancer Society (ACS) breast cancer screening guidelines, and previous data used by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) to create their recommendations, state that starting annual mammography at age 40 saves the most lives.
More than 3 years after the release of new cervical cancer screening guidelines, patients remain largely unaware of substantial changes in screening, and many physicians remain confused about or resistant to those changes.
Task Force revised its cervical cancer screening guidelines, and screening is no longer recommended in women younger than 21 years.
and the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) released updated cervical cancer screening guidelines.
She adds that, regardless of the findings, MS patients and their physicians are encouraged to follow cancer screening guidelines.
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