Patrycja Glińska's research while affiliated with Maria Skłodowska-Curie Institute of Oncology and other places

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There has been an ongoing need to develop polymer materials with increased performance as proton exchange membranes (PEMs) for middle- and high-temperature fuel cells. Poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) is a highly hydrophilic and chemically stable polymer bearing hydroxyl groups, which can be further altered. Protic ionic liquids (proticILs) have been foun...
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Risk factors of cervical cancer (CC) development are well investigated, however, those influencing the risk of a potential false negative cytology preceding diagnosis of an invasive CC are not. We have aimed to explore these factors according to the data from Organised Cervical Cancer Screening Programme (OCCSP) in Poland. A total of 2.36 million o...
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We have aimed to study reasons for reporting false-negative cytology results preceding diagnosis of interval cervical cancers (CC) in Poland. Data on all Pap smears collected in the organised screening in 2010-2015 were retrieved from the electronic database and linked with Polish National Cancer Registry (PNCR) data. False-negative results were de...

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... Interpretation of a slide as normal, despite the presence of abnormal cells, was pointed out as a reason for FN diagnoses in over 50% of slides in many studies. In a pooled analysis by DeMay, 655 no intraepithelial lesions or malignancy (NILM) slides were evaluated, and 340 of them were reclassified as abnormal (51.9%) [42], which was in line with results obtained by Kenter [44], and, more recently, Komerska et al. (54.2%) [45]. Other researchers, however, reported the rate of misinterpretation as low as 4.6% to 15% [46][47][48]. ...
... Histology of the Lesion Adenocarcinoma (ADC), a histological subtype of CC, was identified significantly more frequently than squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) among women with FN cytological results, compared to those with screen-detected cancer, due to their common location in the endocervical canal and more difficult sampling [57,[59][60][61]. Based on the audit of over four thousand CC cases diagnosed in Sweden in 2002-2011, Wang et al. concluded that women with normal screening results had an 89% lower risk of SCC and only 60% lower risk of ADC diagnosis [62]. ...