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HPV is a sexually transmitted virus, and high-risk HPV DNA was found in 99.7%
of cervical cancer specimens. Within 12 to 24 months of exposure to the virus,
90% of HPV infections disappear or become inactive. However, infection with high-
risk strains of HPV persist which then increases the risk of progression to cervical
cancer. The detection of precancerous lesions consists of various methods,
including pap smear (conventional or liquid-base cytology / LBC), visual
inspection of acetic acid (IVA), visual inspection of lugoliodine (VILI), and HPV DNA
test (genotyping / hybrid capture).


HPV Cervical Cancer Biomolecular

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Agustiansyah, P., Rizal Sanif, Siti Nurmaini, Irfannuddin, & Legiran. (2021). Human Papilloma Virus: Biomolecular Aspect. Bioscientia Medicina : Journal of Biomedicine and Translational Research, 5(3), 634-641.