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The majority of metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 lesions are caused by different human papillomavirus genotypes, indicating that the presence of CIN1 seems not to determine the risk for subsequent detection of CIN3

(2014) HUMAN PATHOLOGY. 45(2). p.221-226
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Progression, CIN, Natural history, HPV genotyping, Cervical cancer, CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA, NATURAL-HISTORY, INFECTION, IDENTIFICATION, DIAGNOSIS, ENABLES, GRADE-3, BIOPSY, COHORT, WOMEN

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Chicago
Litjens, Rogier JNTM, Koen Van de Vijver, Anton HN Hopman, Monique I Ummelen, Ernst-Jan M Speel, Suprapto H Sastrowijoto, Toon Van Gorp, Brigitte FM Slangen, Roy FPM Kruitwagen, and Arnold-Jan Kruse. 2014. “The Majority of Metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 Lesions Are Caused by Different Human Papillomavirus Genotypes, Indicating That the Presence of CIN1 Seems Not to Determine the Risk for Subsequent Detection of CIN3.” Human Pathology 45 (2): 221–226.
APA
Litjens, R. J., Van de Vijver, K., Hopman, A. H., Ummelen, M. I., Speel, E.-J. M., Sastrowijoto, S. H., Van Gorp, T., et al. (2014). The majority of metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 lesions are caused by different human papillomavirus genotypes, indicating that the presence of CIN1 seems not to determine the risk for subsequent detection of CIN3. HUMAN PATHOLOGY, 45(2), 221–226.
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Litjens RJ, Van de Vijver K, Hopman AH, Ummelen MI, Speel E-JM, Sastrowijoto SH, et al. The majority of metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 lesions are caused by different human papillomavirus genotypes, indicating that the presence of CIN1 seems not to determine the risk for subsequent detection of CIN3. HUMAN PATHOLOGY. 2014;45(2):221–6.
MLA
Litjens, Rogier JNTM et al. “The Majority of Metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 Lesions Are Caused by Different Human Papillomavirus Genotypes, Indicating That the Presence of CIN1 Seems Not to Determine the Risk for Subsequent Detection of CIN3.” HUMAN PATHOLOGY 45.2 (2014): 221–226. Print.
@article{8588699,
  author       = {Litjens, Rogier JNTM and Van de Vijver, Koen and Hopman, Anton HN and Ummelen, Monique I and Speel, Ernst-Jan M and Sastrowijoto, Suprapto H and Van Gorp, Toon and Slangen, Brigitte FM and Kruitwagen, Roy FPM and Kruse, Arnold-Jan},
  issn         = {0046-8177},
  journal      = {HUMAN PATHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {221--226},
  title        = {The majority of metachronous CIN1 and CIN3 lesions are caused by different human papillomavirus genotypes, indicating that the presence of CIN1 seems not to determine the risk for subsequent detection of CIN3},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.humpath.2013.10.014},
  volume       = {45},
  year         = {2014},
}

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