Colposcopy

The importance of preparatory sensory information for follow-up procedures in cervical cancer screening

new paper published by researchers from CERVIVA sheds light on women’s sensory experiences of colposcopy and related procedures. The findings of the research suggest women require more preparatory sensory information.

The addition of p16/Ki-67 to HPV testing leads to more accurate stratification of minor cervical abnormalities

CERVIVA researchers have recently published significant findings on the triage of minor abnormal cervical cytology, LSIL and ASCUS. In recent years there has been widespread implementation of HPV testing as part of cervical screening and triage of minor cervical abnormalities.

Research on quality of life after colposcopy presented at iHEA Congress 2015

CERVIVA researcher, Mr Alan Ó Céilleachair, recently presented his work on health-related quality of life in women after colposcopy at the iHEA World Cognress 2015 in Milan. The iHEA (International Health Economics Association) Congress is an annual event at which important

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