Evaluation for Screening of Cervical Cancer by Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA) Method
Aims: To evaluate pre-cancer lesion and presence of risk factors by visual inspection with acetic acid.
Methods: A retrospective study was done to evaluate VIA positive women by demographic and reproductive history and presence of risk factors from the period 16th March, 2016 to 15th March, 2017.
Results: A total of 605 women were included and counseled for screening mean age of patient in year's was 39.46±9.4 years and VIA positive rate was 4.63% (28/605). Conclusions: Cervical pre-cancer and cervical cancers were detected by VIA testing.
Keywords: Cervical Cancer, screening, VIA
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