What does a positive GynTect® result mean?


Results obtained during clinical trials indicate that upon a positive GynTect® test result a severe cervical lesion, a so-called CIN3, or even a cervical carcinoma (from a low-grade CIN1 or CIN2) may develop or already be present. Invasive diagnostics (colposcopy and, if required, biopsy, both in a specialized colposcopy clinic) should be performed after a positive GynTect® test result. During this examination conspicuous surface of the cervix should be examined very thoroughly, and biopsies taken during this examination should be diagnosed by histopathology.

In case of a negative test result a precancerous leson or cancer can almost be excluded. We recommend a re-examination after 6 months, with HPV testing performed first.