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The Six Decades of Acta Cytologica

Syrjänen K.J.

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References

  1. Syrjänen KJ: Acta Cytologica 60 years. Acta Cytol 2017;61:1-2.
  2. Chantziantoniou N: Two fortuitous papers in 1917 that conceived diagnostic cytopathology. Acta Cytol 2017;61:262-265.
  3. Karger G, Lavender P: Publisher's note. Acta Cytol 2017;61:257-258.
  4. Syrjänen K, Vielh P, Schmitt F, Nold T: Editorial. Acta Cytol 2015;59:1.
  5. Austin RM: George Papanicolaou's efforts to develop novel cytologic methods for the early diagnosis of endometrial carcinoma. Acta Cytol 2017;61:281-298.
  6. Papanicolaou GN, Maddi FV: Diagnostic value of cells of endometrial and ovarian origin in human tissue cultures. Acta Cytol 1961;5:1-16.
    External Resources
  7. Chantziantoniou N, Donnelly AD, Mukherjee M, Boon ME, Austin RM: Inception and development of the Papanicolaou stain method. Acta Cytol 2017;61:266-280.
  8. Masubuchi K, Tenjin Y, Fujii J: The detection of cervical cancer at Cancer Institute Hospital in Tokyo from 1952 to 1963. Acta Cytol 1967;11:32-34.
    External Resources
  9. Osamura RY: A groundbreaking work which laid the foundation for mass screening in cervical cytology in Japan. Acta Cytol 2017;61: 299-304.
  10. Zajicek J, Franzén S, Jakobsson P, Rubio C, Unsgaard B: Aspiration biopsy of mammary tumors in diagnosis and research - a critical review of 2,200 cases. Acta Cytol 1967;11:169-175.
    External Resources
  11. Tani E, Fuentes-Martinez N, Skoog L: A review of the use of fine-needle aspiration biopsy of mammary tumors for diagnosis and research. Acta Cytol 2017;61:305-315.
  12. Meisels A, Fortin R: Condylomatous lesions of the cervix and vagina. 1. Cytologic patterns. Acta Cytol 1976;20:505-509.
    External Resources
  13. Purola E, Savia E: Cytology of gynecologic condyloma acuminatum. Acta Cytol 1977;21:26-31.
    External Resources
  14. Syrjänen KJ: Two landmark studies published in 1976/1977 paved the way for the recognition of human papillomavirus as the major cause of the global cancer burden. Acta Cytol 2017;61:316-337.
  15. Koss LG: The attack on the annual “Pap smear.” Acta Cytol 1980;24:181-183.
    External Resources
  16. Schneider V: Criticism of the Pap smear as a diagnostic tool in cervical cancer screening. Acta Cytol 2017;61:338-344.
  17. Bibbo M: Presidential address. Acta Cytol 1984;28:519-526.
    External Resources
  18. Wilbur DC: Dr. Bibbo's presidential address on automation in cytology: were her predictions right, wrong, or somewhere in the middle? Acta Cytol 2017;61:345-358.
  19. Nayar R, Wilbur DC: The Bethesda System for reporting cervical cytology: an historical perspective. Acta Cytol 2017;61:359-372.
  20. Solomon D, et al: The 1988 Bethesda System for reporting cervical/vaginal cytologic diagnoses. Developed and approved at the National Cancer Institute Workshop, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, December 12-13, 1988. Acta Cytol 1989;33:567-574.
    External Resources
  21. Bibbo M: How technology is reshaping the practice of nongynecologic cytology: frontiers of cytology symposium. Acta Cytol 2007;51:123-152.
  22. Schmitt FC, Vielh P: Expectations and projections for the future of nongynecolgical cytology 10 years ago: did they materialize and how did we do? Acta Cytol 2017;61:373-407.

Article / Publication Details

Published online: July 11, 2017
Issue release date: July – October

Number of Print Pages: 3
Number of Figures: 0
Number of Tables: 0

ISSN: 0001-5547 (Print)
eISSN: 1938-2650 (Online)

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References

  1. Syrjänen KJ: Acta Cytologica 60 years. Acta Cytol 2017;61:1-2.
  2. Chantziantoniou N: Two fortuitous papers in 1917 that conceived diagnostic cytopathology. Acta Cytol 2017;61:262-265.
  3. Karger G, Lavender P: Publisher's note. Acta Cytol 2017;61:257-258.
  4. Syrjänen K, Vielh P, Schmitt F, Nold T: Editorial. Acta Cytol 2015;59:1.
  5. Austin RM: George Papanicolaou's efforts to develop novel cytologic methods for the early diagnosis of endometrial carcinoma. Acta Cytol 2017;61:281-298.
  6. Papanicolaou GN, Maddi FV: Diagnostic value of cells of endometrial and ovarian origin in human tissue cultures. Acta Cytol 1961;5:1-16.
    External Resources
  7. Chantziantoniou N, Donnelly AD, Mukherjee M, Boon ME, Austin RM: Inception and development of the Papanicolaou stain method. Acta Cytol 2017;61:266-280.
  8. Masubuchi K, Tenjin Y, Fujii J: The detection of cervical cancer at Cancer Institute Hospital in Tokyo from 1952 to 1963. Acta Cytol 1967;11:32-34.
    External Resources
  9. Osamura RY: A groundbreaking work which laid the foundation for mass screening in cervical cytology in Japan. Acta Cytol 2017;61: 299-304.
  10. Zajicek J, Franzén S, Jakobsson P, Rubio C, Unsgaard B: Aspiration biopsy of mammary tumors in diagnosis and research - a critical review of 2,200 cases. Acta Cytol 1967;11:169-175.
    External Resources
  11. Tani E, Fuentes-Martinez N, Skoog L: A review of the use of fine-needle aspiration biopsy of mammary tumors for diagnosis and research. Acta Cytol 2017;61:305-315.
  12. Meisels A, Fortin R: Condylomatous lesions of the cervix and vagina. 1. Cytologic patterns. Acta Cytol 1976;20:505-509.
    External Resources
  13. Purola E, Savia E: Cytology of gynecologic condyloma acuminatum. Acta Cytol 1977;21:26-31.
    External Resources
  14. Syrjänen KJ: Two landmark studies published in 1976/1977 paved the way for the recognition of human papillomavirus as the major cause of the global cancer burden. Acta Cytol 2017;61:316-337.
  15. Koss LG: The attack on the annual “Pap smear.” Acta Cytol 1980;24:181-183.
    External Resources
  16. Schneider V: Criticism of the Pap smear as a diagnostic tool in cervical cancer screening. Acta Cytol 2017;61:338-344.
  17. Bibbo M: Presidential address. Acta Cytol 1984;28:519-526.
    External Resources
  18. Wilbur DC: Dr. Bibbo's presidential address on automation in cytology: were her predictions right, wrong, or somewhere in the middle? Acta Cytol 2017;61:345-358.
  19. Nayar R, Wilbur DC: The Bethesda System for reporting cervical cytology: an historical perspective. Acta Cytol 2017;61:359-372.
  20. Solomon D, et al: The 1988 Bethesda System for reporting cervical/vaginal cytologic diagnoses. Developed and approved at the National Cancer Institute Workshop, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, December 12-13, 1988. Acta Cytol 1989;33:567-574.
    External Resources
  21. Bibbo M: How technology is reshaping the practice of nongynecologic cytology: frontiers of cytology symposium. Acta Cytol 2007;51:123-152.
  22. Schmitt FC, Vielh P: Expectations and projections for the future of nongynecolgical cytology 10 years ago: did they materialize and how did we do? Acta Cytol 2017;61:373-407.

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