AGUS subgroups may be subcategorized in endometrial or endocervical on the basis of origin. Endocervical AGUS should be further qualified, but the analysis of atypical glandular cells may be really difficult and the conclusive diagnosis is frequently "AGUS not otherwise specified". The subclassification of ASCUS and AGUS is useful for an appropriate clinical management, but pertinent patient information such as age, date of last menstrual period, mechanical therapies, tamoxifen therapy, and others is needed to avoid an overdiagnosis and consequently an overtreatment. In fact various subgroups require different clinical management. Therefore, an effective communication between cytopathologists and referring physicians is essential in the analysis of squamous and glandular atypias. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden.
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However, other pathogens EBV, Chlamydia have been reported on cervical samples with abnormal results. Zika virus ZIKV has been found to induce cellular abnormalities on different tissues and its presence has been identified on genital secretions. Methods: Two real-time PCR has been made on cervical samples from the gynecological service of a third level hospital on Guayaquil-Ecuador.
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Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information. This outcome is used for the effectiveness analysis of the three strategies. Biopsies obtained during the two years of follow-up and the exit visit were reviewed by a panel of two external experts and a final result was adjudicated to each participant based on the panel of experts and the community of pathologists. This outcome is an estimate of the remaining disease that was not detected by the strategies during the 2 years of follow-up. The outcome was obtained after the review of all the biopsies taken during the exit visit. Biopsies were taken using a standardized research protocol to ensure the completeness of the remaining disease.
The Bethesda system TBS is a system for reporting cervical or vaginal cytologic diagnoses,  used for reporting Pap smear results. It was introduced in  and revised in ,  ,    and Additionally, the Bethesda system is used for cytopathology of thyroid nodules. The results are calculated differently following a Pap smear of the cervix. It is usually diagnosed following a Pap smear.