Genotipado del virus del papiloma humano en CIN I

Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) and cervical cancer represent one of the main public health problems that demand an intervention priority because of its high morbidity and mortality rates. The largest number of diagnosed cases of cervical cancer is found between 35 and 45 years, and only 10% are detected in women older than 65 years (1) In Spain, in women between 15 and 44 years old it is the second cancer in often affects mainly young women of reproductive age (2). The consequences derived from the treatment, not only affect their quality of
life and its reproduction, but it is a neoplasm with a high rate of years potentially lost in women (3).