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Smear may refer to: A smear test, wherein a sample is smeared over a microscope slide to be studied for any pathology. A smear test usually refers to a pap test, that is, a cervical smear. Smear (cards), to play high value cards to a trick in the hope that your partner will win it. Smear Lake, a lake in Wisconsin. Smear campaign, or a smear job: an attack on the reputation of an individual or group making use of disinformation tactics. Smear Campaign (album), an album by Napalm Death.
Smear tests aren't for a laugh. they exist for a very important reason. When you reach the age of 25 you will receive an NHS letter in the post - your invite to a smear test (or cervical screening test). No, it's not the most exciting letter in the world, but it is so very important! We all have to do it, and you'll have far less anxiety being checked out than if you didn't go.
A smear test usually refers to a pap test, that is, a cervical smear. Smear campaign, a tactic to undermine an individual or a group. Pat Smear, the guitarist and actor. Smear (optics), motion that degrades sharpness, which is generally linear over the integration time.
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Cervical screening (a smear test) checks the health of your cervix. The cervix is the opening to your womb from your vagina. It's not a test for cancer, it's a test to help prevent cancer. All women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64 should be invited by letter. During the screening appointment, a small sample of cells will be taken from your cervix.
smear-test definition: Noun (plural smear tests) 1. (gynaecology) A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample (‘smear’) of cells from the cervix.
More than 1 million women failed to take up their cervical screening invitations last year, marking a 19 year low in smear test attendance. It’s all too easy to allow booking your smear test appointment to slip off your to do list, but it really could save your life – the NHS estimates that its cervical screening programme prevents 4,500 cases of cervical cancer each year. If you’ve been ignoring those letters from your GP surgery, it’s time to pick up the phone