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HPV genotype profile in a Norwegian cohort with ASC-US and LSIL cytology with three year cumulative risk of high grade cervical neoplasia

To explore the HPVgenotype profile in Norwegian women with ASC-US/LSIL cytology and the subsequent risk of high-grade cervical neoplasia (CIN 3+). Methods In this observational study delayed triage of ASC-US/LSIL of 6058 women were included from 2005 to 2010. High-risk HPV detection with Hybrid Capture 2 (HC2) was used and the HC2+ cases were genotyped with in-house nmPCR. Women were followed-up for histologically confirmed CIN3+ within three years of index HPV test by linkage to the screening databases at the Cancer Registry of Norway. Results HC2 was positive in 45% (2756/6058) of the women. Within 3years CIN3+ was diagnosed in 26% of women<34year and in 15%34year. HC2 was positive at index in 94% of CIN3+ cases and negative in 64 cases including three women with cervical carcinomas. Women<34years with single infections of HPV 16, 35, 58 or 33 or multiple infections including HPV 16, 52, 33 or 31 were associated with highest proportions of CIN 3+. Older women with single infection with HPV 16, 33, 31 or 35 or multiple infections including HPV 16, 33, 31 or 18/39 were more likely to develop CIN 3+. Conclusions HPV 16 and HPV 33 at baseline both as single or multiple infections, were associated with the highest risk for CIN3+. Among older women, all 13 high-risk genotypes as single infection were associated with >20% risk of CIN3+. Further studies are necessary to risk stratify the individual genotypes to reduce the number of colposcopies in Norway.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0090825817314531

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