Cervical Screening, Cytology and Histology Laboratory Issues
Cervical screening is a complex pathway involving multiple organisations. Key areas are in cervical cytology and histology. This chapter summarises cervical screening processes in programme organisation and laboratories.
KeywordsCervical Cervix Screening Cytology Histology Audit
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