Test PAP

PAP smear or test PAP is the collection of cell population from the cervix and the endocervical canal to identify cervical pathology, actually premalignant and malignant diseases. The collection can be done with classic or thin prep material (Figure 1, 2).

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Figure 1. Material for PAP smear collection

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Figure 2. Material for Thin prep collection

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IOANNIS Α. KALOGIANNIDIS MD, PhD

Associate Professor Obstetrics Gynecology - Gynecologic Oncology

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