British Society for Clinical Cytology

British Society for Clinical Cytology

A UK charity founded in 1961 to advance the art and science of clinical cytology for the benefit of the public. In its early years, the BSCC focused on developing the UK’s cervical screening programme; its reach now extends to epidemiology and molecular pathology, with emphasis on diagnosis.
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6) In South Africa the Bethesda system (from the United States of America) is generally used to classify cervical cytological abnormalities; in the UK the British Society for Clinical Cytology (BSCC) classification is more commonly used (Table I).
The British Society for Clinical Cytology sets the maximum number of slides a screener can look at in a four-hour period at 32.

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