endocervical brush

endocervical brush

Gynecology A device used to obtain cells from the endocervical canal, which replaces wooden spatulas, cotton swabs. See Pap smear.
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1 x spatula and endocervical brush (if brushes available) per pair or group of five students; can be cleaned and re-used in future.
After this procedure, ectocervical samples were collected with an Aires spatula and endocervical samples with an endocervical brush, rotating it for a few seconds and avoiding touching the vaginal wall.
Sensitivity and specificity of endocervical curettage and the endocervical brush for the evaluation of the endocervical canal.
A randomized controlled trial to evaluate the use of the endocervical brush after endocervical curettage.
Endocervical brush versus cotton swab for obtaining cervical smears at a clinic: A cost comparison.
Recommended Usage: For use with an endocervical brush and swab specimen collection kit, also manufactured by Digene.
3] Other studies have documented that endocervical cell recovery was enhanced when an endocervical brush was used to collect a specimen as contrasted with the method we had been using, the Ayre spatula and cotton swab.
LOS ANGELES -- The endocervical brush is less painful than a metal curette for endocervical sampling at colposcopy in patients with abnormal Pap smears, Dr.
Recommended Usage: For use with an endocervical brush called a cervical sampler and swab specimen collection kit also manufactured by Digene.
Comparing the yield of the standard Papanicolaou and endocervical brush smears.
In the 1990s, a Papanicolaou smear should be taken using an Ayre's type cervical spatula (wooden or plastic) and an endocervical brush.