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Increased Rate of ASCUS Diagnosis With Concomitant Request for High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Reflex Testing May Be Due to Cognitive Bias

Increased Rate of ASCUS Diagnosis With Concomitant Request for High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Reflex Testing May Be Due to Cognitive Bias

Online journal article in Anatomic Pathology that offers 1.0 continuing education (CME/SAM) credit that can be used to fulfill CC Part II requirements.
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Intended Audience: Pathologists, Residents, Clinical Scientists, Pathologist Assistants

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