This category lists sites about pelvic exam and pap test procedures, including diagnosis and possible treatments.
Book by Lynda Rushing, M.D. and Nancy Joste, M.D. about pap smears test results and the human papillomavirus (HPV) and its connection to cervical dysplasia and cancer. Excerpt from the book, ordering information, and profiles of the authors.
Describes the procedure used for further evaluation of abnormal pap smear results.
Consumer health resource center providing information on pap smears.
Shows how to do a cervical or vaginal self-exam and identify problems. Also lists benefits of self-exams.
Describes the procedure, evaluation process, treatment, and possible errors with the test.
Information from the National Cancer Institute about what to expect. Also includes advice from other women.
Doctor written consumer health information, includes what is a pap smear, who should have one, how it is done, treatments for abnormal pap smears and new technologies.
Information from a United Kingdom general practitioner about procedure, results, and follow-up techniques.
Information from the College of American Pathologists about the value of the exam, when to have it, and how to determine if a laboratory is accredited.
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