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worthless or oversimplified ideas

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a diet that does not require chewing

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the small projection of a mammary gland

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Chris Wetle, president of Pap Material Handling, who also leads Ditch Witch Northwest, said Northwest and California customers can be assured that "Pap will continue to offer the best selection of new and used Ditch Witch equipment supported by the people they trust.
Generally, sexually-active vagina owners should get a Pap every one to two years.
Factors Influencing Misinterpretation of High-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion Slides in the Interlaboratory Comparison Program in Cervicovaginal Cytology (PAP) Education and PAP Proficiency Test Programs (Nonlinear Mixed-Model Summary) PAP Education No.
be watched like one of the components of the political bargain between the PAP and RPA", - Mehrabyan said.
It is estimated that annual Pap smear testing had reduced the risk of death associated with cervical cancer from 4/1,000 to 5/10,000 in women.
Demographic, sexual and gynecological information: age, marital status, job, age of first intercourse, number of sexual partners, pregnancies and deliveries, were assessed for each participant, together with questions regarding to educational background, knowledge of the Pap smear: what it is (yes/no) and what is used for (screening CC, diagnosis of vaginal infections, other answer), when she had the last Pap smear, how many Pap smears had the patient taken in the past, date of first Pap smear (after the first sexual intercourse, first pregnancy, first delivery), the reason or reasons why she have never had a Pap smear or why she have not had one in the past year (multiple choice).
found that Pap test use among women aged 30 years and older who have had a hysterectomy decreased from 73.
Because some of the women who had been assigned to the self-collection group were reassigned to the Pap smear group (generally because they were not home when the nurse visited), analyses focused on the women who followed their assigned protocol--9,202 women who self-collected a vaginal sample for HPV testing, and 11,054 who underwent a Pap smear.
The annual Pap test is deeply ingrained in the American psyche of both physicians and patients.
KEY WORDS: Pap smear, Knowledge, Turkey, Gynecologic cancer.
Maybe the PAP came earlier than it should have," he told the New African.
In addition, "we concluded that a single negative HPV test provided 5 years of extremely low cancer risk for women, and this risk was not appreciably lowered by also having a normal Pap test," said Dr.
In a study published in the January online edition of The Lancet Oncology magazine, Italian researchers report that a DNA test for the human papilloma virus (HPV), a cause of cervical cancer, is more effective in preventing cervical cancer than the Pap smear.
HIV treatment guidelines issued in 1995 recommend that infected women have a yearly Pap test, but findings from a large HIV and AIDS surveillance project suggest that many HIV-positive women do not do so.
A study of more than 2400 HIV-infected women in 18 states found that 23% did not have a Pap test in the past year.