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Shirley E. Greening, MS, JD, CT(ASCP), CFIAC

Contact Dr. Greening

130 South Ninth Street
Suite 1924
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-8561
(215) 503-2189 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. The declining pap test: An omen of extinction or an opportunity for reform?
  2. Cervical cytology practice guidelines: American society of cytopathology
  3. Medicolegal affairs: IAC task force summary
  4. Medicolegal affairs. International Academy of Cytology Task Force summary. Diagnostic Cytology Towards the 21st Century: An International Expert Conference and Tutorial.
  5. Errors in cervical smears: minimizing the risk of medicolegal consequences.
  6. Using a CompuCyte pathfinder to evaluate cytotechnology student diagnostic performance
  7. The AcCell series 2000 as a support system for training and evaluation in educational and clinical settings
  8. The Bethesda System for reporting cervical/vaginal cytologic diagnoses
  9. Pap smear collection devices: Technical, clinical, diagnostic, and legal considerations associated with thei 111C r use
  10. The revised Bethesda System for reporting cervical/vaginal cytologic diagnoses: Report of the 1991 Bethesda workshop
  11. Cervical cytology and reimbursement issues (III)
  12. The 1988 Bethesda System for reporting cervical/vaginal cytological diagnoses
  13. The 1988 Bethesda system for reporting cervical/vaginal cytologic diagnoses. Developed and approved at the National Cancer Institute Workshop, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A., December 12-13, 1988
  14. In vivo chemosensitivity testing in patients with gynecologic malignancies and nude mouse xenografts by monitoring cell kinetic parameters and DNA distribution patterns: A preliminary report
  15. The adequate Papanicolaou smear revisited.
  16. Differential diagnosis in effusion cytology
  17. Fine needle aspiration cytology of supraclavicular lymph nodes in gynecologic malignancies
  18. Fine-needle-aspiration cytology in gynecologic oncology: "Early detection of occult persistent, or recurrent cancer after radiation therapy"
  19. Diagnostic cytopathology today.
  20. Fine-needle aspiration cytology in gynecologic oncology. I. Diagnostic accuracy
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