HPV Genotype 16 18/45
Test name: HPV Genotype 16 18/45
Specimen: Thin Prep Pap Test Vial
CPT Codes: 87625
Collection: Gynecological specimen collected in the PreservCyt Solution. Record the patient name and ID number on the vial, fully complete a specimen requisition, and forward to Arbor Diagnostics in a specimen bag.
Special Instructions and Considerations: Gynecological broom-type or endocervical brush/spatula collection devices should be used. Specimen should not be collected within 1 week of menstruation. Excessive lubricant may interfere with sample adequacy. Must be processed within 30 days of collection.
Storage Instructions: Maintain at room temperature
Transport Instructions: Transport at room temperature
Causes for Rejection: Improperly labeled or expired vial, frozen specimen, or specimen older than 21 days from collection.
Limitations, Causes for Unsatisfactory Results: Sample collected near menstrual cycle or with excessive lubricant
Test Methodology: A nucleic acid amplification test used for the qualitative detection of HPV genotype 16 and 18/45.
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