Pap Smear in Modena

Find out where to get a Pap Test (HPV Test) in Modena. Compare details and costs for a Pap Smear from the best labs in Italy.

test HPV cavo orale autoprelievo by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

Test at-Home / Self-testing

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€65.00

€61.75 with our promocode

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Pap Test by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

Test at-Home / Self-testing

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€65.00

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Muratori, 18 42048 Rubiera (RE)

7 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Meloni di Quartirolo, 4 48018 Carpi (MO)

9.6 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Monte San Michele, 5/D 42121 Reggio Emilia (RE)

15 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Goffredo Mameli, 15 42123 Reggio Emilia (RE)

15 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Strada Boschi, 4/C 42017 Novellara (RE)

16.7 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via XX Settembre, 33/1 44042 Cento (FE)

18.8 km

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Pap Smear by Synlab

Via Gino Cervi, 2, 40033 Casalecchio di Reno BO, Italia

20.9 km

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Pap Smear by Synlab

Via Mauro Tesi, 1114, 41059 Zocca MO, Italia

21.1 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Via Mazzini, 150/2F 40138 Bologna (BO)

23 km

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Pap Smear by Laboratorio Lifebrain

Corso Roma 13 44042 Sant'Agostino (FE)

24.9 km

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Common conditions covered by an HPV Test

Anogenital warts Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis Anogenital cancers Oropharyngeal cancers Cervical squamous cell carcinoma Oral focal epithelial hyperplasia

Pap Smear - what is it and how the test is done

HPV (Human papillomavirus ) is transmitted through sexual intercourse and causes nearly 100% of cancers of the cervix in women. It is estimated that 1 in 2 women will contract the virus in their li...

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Pap Test FAQs

Pap smear testing is available, and it involves collecting a sample of cervical cells with a brush. The cells are further processed and checked under a microscope for evaluation.

Though mostly harmless, HPV can cause abnormal cells, which can sometimes lead to cancers in both men and women, including cervical, vaginal, vulval, anal, head and neck, and penile cancers.

There are only preventive measures available currently. HPV is vaccine-preventable.

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