Procedure for Validation of Mass Screening by Cervical Cytology

  • B. Ruffing-Kullmann
  • W. Lehmacher
  • H.-J. Soost
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In the Cytological Institute of the Bavarian Cancer Society 748 871 cytological examinations of 281705 women have been performed within the German mass screening program in a 10-year period. The results of these examinations have been stored in a computer and statistically evaluated in cooperation with the Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung.


Cytological Examination Positive Test Result Negative Test Result Cervical Cytology Cytological Finding 
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  • B. Ruffing-Kullmann
  • W. Lehmacher
  • H.-J. Soost

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