Clinical Trial for the Use of a Novel Cell Collector Device to Retrieve Cells From the Uterine Cervix
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This study tested the safety and performance of a new cell collector device and compared the results to those obtained with the current existing device that are being used routinely
Condition or disease
Uterine Cervical DysplasiaUterine Cervical Intraepithelial NeoplasiaUterine Cervical NeoplasiaUterine Cervical Cancer
This study tested the feasibility, safety and efficacy of the new e2TM Collector, and compared its performance with the standard method for obtaining cervical cells for Pap test of endocervical cytobrush and Ayer's Spatula
Double-Blinded Multicenter Clinical Study Assessing the Equivalence of the InPath Cervical Cell Collector to the Standard Endocervical Brush and Spatula in Patients Seeking Primary Pap Screening or Follow-up Screening
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Ages Eligible for Study:
14 Years and older (Child, Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Women ages >14 being followed for a previous abnormal Pap All patients will have signed an Informed Consent form prior to being enrolled in this study