This review concentrates on recent developments in several distinct areas of cervical pathology. The potential clinical use of human papillomavirus typing and determination of proliferation using immunohistochemical techniques is discussed together with the current status of prognostic markers in cervical disease. Recent literature on glandular neoplasia and changes that mimic it is reviewed, and descriptions of new and rare entities, including lesions showing mesonephric differentiation, are discussed.
|Journal||Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|