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Human papillomavirus infection-associated markers of the occurrence and progression of cervical intraepithelial neoplasias: from research developments to clinical practice
Opuholi Ženskoj Reproduktivnoj Sistemy
Cervical intraepithelial neoplasias (CIN), the stages of development in cancer of the cervix uteri (CCU) during persisting infections caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), are a disease frequently occurring in young women. The carcinogenic process lasts 3-5 to 10-30 years during which timely detection and organ-saving treatment for the lesion are possible. The development of markers for the persis- tence of HPV infection and the transition of a productive to transforming phase of infectiondoi:10.17650/1994-4098-2010-0-4-64-70 doaj:bae003852af9489499db51d7c069a1a5 fatcat:ou4pu23cfrdhzgjan3rgv7cfta