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Original Article Sensitivity of AutoPap Primary Screening System with Location-Guided Screening in Uterine Cervical Cytology.
Jong Sun Choi, Hoi Sook Jang, Hy Sook Kim, Yi Kyeong Chun, Hye Sun Kim, Ji Young Park, In Sou Park, Sung Ran Hong
Journal of Pathology and Translational Medicine 2003;14(2):60-65
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1Department of Pathology, Samsung Cheil Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. sungran@samsung.co.kr
2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Samsung Cheil Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.

OBJECTIVE: The sensitivity of the AutoPap Primary Screening System with Location-Guided Screening (AutoPap LGS) for identifying atypical cells in cervicovaginal smears was evaluated. METHODS: Two hundred forty one slides with atypical cervical cytology randomly sampled were rescreened both manually and by the AutoPap LGS. The AutoPap LGS localized the atypical cells as 15 fields of view(FOVs), which were reexamined by manual review. The sensitivity was also evaluated in accordance with the cellularity of the smears. RESULTS: The AutoPap LGS successfully processed 232 out of 241 slides. The sensitivity of the AutoPap LGS identifying the atypical cells in successfully processed slides was 97.4%(226/232). The false negative rate was 2.6%(6/232). There was no false negative case in high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL) or squamous cell carcinoma(SCC) smears in the AutoPap LGS. The FOVs localized the diagnostic-atypical cells in 97.8%(221/226). The number of diagnostic-atypical FOVs was increased in higher-degree of atypical cytology. The AutoPap LGS localized the atypical cells in 100% of adequately cellular smears and in 92.5% even in low cellular smears. CONCLUSION: The AutoPap LGS showed relatively good sensitivity to detect atypical cells. It can be a valuable system to localize atypical cells, especially in HSIL or cancer slides, even in smears with low cellularity.

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