liquid-based cytology (LBC) (lik-wid) n. a relatively new technology intended to improve the detection of cytological abnormalities, which has been heralded as a way forward for cervical screening. It provides uniformly well-fixed preparations that are free of inflammatory exudate and blood and seem easier to screen than traditional (Pap) cervical smears.
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