Cytopathology

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Editor-in-Chief: Professor Michael Sheaff

Impact Factor: 1.761

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 43/79 (Pathology); 153/187 (Cell Biology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2303

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This is the first issue published by the new editorial team under the leadership of Mina Desai as Editor. Read her first Editorial here.

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August Editor's Choice

The editor’s choice for this issue is ‘HPV16 and HPV18 genotyping triage in young women with borderline cytology or mild dyskaryosis: effect of age on genotype-specific risk of high-grade CIN’. This study shows the relative risk of high grade CIN is greater in women infected with HPV16/18 compared to the non- HPV16/18 high- risk genotypes. The authors suggest that HPV genotyping could be used to improve the specificity of HPV DNA triage and tailor management of younger women with mild cytological abnormalities.

'HPV16 and HPV18 genotyping triage in young women with borderline cytology or mild dyskaryosis: effect of age on genotype-specific risk of high-grade CIN.'

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