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www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/treatment-tests-and-therapies/pap-test

Procedures may vary based on your condition and your healthcare provider's practices. Generally, a Pap test follows this process: You will be asked to undress from the waist down and put on or cover up with a hospital gown.

www.acog.org/en/Womens Health/Infographics/Cervical Cancer Screening

A Pap test looks for abnormal cells. An HPV test looks for infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) types that are linked to cervical cancer. Follow these Guidelines: If you are younger than 21 years—You do not need screening. If you are aged 21–29 years— Have a Pap test every 3 years.

www.cancer.org/.../detection-diagnosis-staging/screening-tests/pap-test.html

The Pap test is a procedure that collects cells from the cervix so that they can be looked at closely in the lab to find cancer and pre-cancer. How the Pap test is done. The health care professional first places a speculum inside the vagina. The speculum is a metal or plastic instrument that keeps the vagina open so that the cervix can be seen ...

uamshealth.com/treatment/pap-smear

Also called: Pap Test. A Pap test is a procedure to collect cells from the surface of the cervix and vagina. A piece of cotton, a brush or a small wooden stick is used to gently scrape cells from the cervix and vagina. The cells are viewed under a microscope to find out if they are abnormal. This procedure is also called a Pap smear.

www.advancedgynecology.com/procedure/pap-smear

A Pap smear, or a Pap test, is a procedure that involves collecting cells from the cervix in order to screen for cervical cancer in women. A Pap smear makes it possible to detect cervical cancer early and giving a greater chance at a cure. A Pap smear can also detect changes in cervical cells that suggest cancer may develop in the future.

factdr.com/sexual-health/pap-smear

Who benefits from a Pap smear test? All women over the age of 21 will benefit from a Pap smear test. Over the age of 21, and up till the age of 30, a Pap smear test is recommended every 3 years. Over the age of 30 and between 65, if the pap test and HPV test are negative, then it should be taken every 3-5 years.

www.health.com/condition/hpv/abnormal-pap-smear

Millions of women get a Pap smear or Pap test every year to screen for cervical cancer. (Reminder: The cervix is the lower part of the uterus, which leads into the vagina.) The procedure is simple ...

www.self.com/story/so-you-need-a-cervical-biopsyheres-what-that-actually-means

A Pap smear screens for any changes in cervical cells that could be precancerous or cancerous, according to the Mayo Clinic. (And, contrary to popular belief, a Pap smear doesn't test for STIs ...

www.hologic.com/sites/default/files/styles/thinprep/pdf/ThinPrep Collection...

Pap Test Specimen Collection Protocol Video3 ThinPrep® Pap Test: specimen collection Training bulletin 1. Papanicolaou Technique Approved Guidelines (CLSI Document GP15-A3) 2. Lee et al. Comparison of Conventional Papanicolaou Smears and a Fluid-Based, Thin-Layer System for Cervical Cancer Screening. Ob Gyn 1997; 90: 278-284. 3.

www.steadyhealth.com/medical-answers/what-does-a-painful-pap-smear-mean

A "Pap" smear test, invented by and named for the doctor Georgios Papanikolaou, is a procedure performed for cervical screening that is used to detect precancerous and/or cancerous changes that may occur on the opening of the uterus, called the cervix.