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16th Annual International Conference RGCON
Pregnancy provides a good time for opportunistic screening of our women who rarely attend for cervical screening. The prevalence of abnormal PAP smear in pregnant women in developed countries was 5-6%, however, no literature was available from India. Aim: To determine the prevalence of abnormal PAP smears in antenatal women presenting to our antenatal clinic. Methods: Women attending the antenatal clinic with gestation of <28 weeks were recruited after an informed consent and had a PAP smear bydoi:10.1055/s-0039-1685359 fatcat:ue4a23asijetndehm3jq5mg3r4