Cervical Cancer HPV induced

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Cervical Cancer HPV induced

by Dr Danijela Antunovič, Assistant Professor of Pathology, UNIC Medical School


The lecture aims to emphasize the significance of cervical cancer in women, particularly focusing on cases caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). It will address the prevalence of HPV in the population and its implications for cytopathologists, histopathologists, and gynaecologists in their daily practice. A key aspect of the discussion will be the integration of cytology and pathology to achieve the most accurate diagnoses and establish a high degree of correlation. This approach is crucial for guiding patients towards effective treatment or appropriate follow-up.


Danijela Antunovič is an Assistant Professor of Pathology at the University of Nicosia Medical School. Dr Antunovič holds a Doctor of Medicine from University of Niš, Serbia. She specialized in Pathology at University Medical Center Ljubljana, Slovenia and has a sub-specialization in the field of cytopathology. She worked as a histopathologist and cytopathologist at the Maribor University Clinical Center in Slovenia for 14 years. Her research interests include head and neck pathology, lung pathology, and female genital pathology.

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