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Korean Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2000;43(3):363-367.
Published online January 1, 2001.
The Outcomes of 17,744 Cervicovaginal Smears in Ihha University Hospital.
Eun Seop Song, Sang Hoon Han, Jee Hyun Park, Kwoan Young Oh, Young Koo Lim, Moon Whan Im, Byoung Ick Lee, Jee Young Han, Jong Hwa Kim
Abstract
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Our purpose was to investigate the distribution of the result of 17,744 cervicovaginal smears and their pathologic results in Inha University Hospital to make a reference data. METHODS: During 28 months, May 1996 to August 1998, we performed 17,774 cervicovaginal smears and arranged them by the Bethesda system and compared them with their pathologic results. RESULTS: Among 17,744 smears, there were 93.2% of benign results, 2.9% of ASCUS, 0.9% of LSIL, 1.4% of HSIL, and 0.8% of SCC. The ASCUS/SIL ratio was 1.28. Among ASCUS, the high grade histologic outcome was composed 4.0%. Among LSIL, there were 15.7%, and HSIL 48.0%, SCC 56.1%, AGUS 9.3%, and Adenocarcinoma, the results was 69.2%. CONCLUSION: Among 17,744 smears, there were 93.2% of benign results, 2.9% of ASCUS, 0.9% of LSIL, 1.4% of HSIL, and 0.8% of SCC. The ASCUS/SIL ratio was 1.28. These results were very similar to other data and we would like to add our data to them as a reference. And the worse the smear results were, the worse the pathologic results were.
Key Words: Cervicovaginal smear, The Bethesda system, Pathologic results
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