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High grade squamous cervical lesions following negative Papanicolaou smears: false-negative cervical cytology or rapid progression.

High grade squamous cervical lesions following negative Papanicolaou smears: false-negative cervical cytology or rapid progression. Diagn Cytopathol. 1995 Mar; 12(2):135-41.

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