Domain: gyncancer.com

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Cancer of the Cervix
The cause of cervical cancer is unknown. There is a strong association with certain subtypes of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) for the squamous cell ...
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Cancer of the Cervix
There may be no symptoms of a very early cervical cancer, but by the time it is large enough to detect visually it is usually symptomatic with abnormal ...
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Cancer of the Cervix
CANCER OF THE CERVIX. CAUSE SCREENING SYMPTOMS DIAGNOSIS STAGING TREATMENT PROGNOSIS RECURRENCES CERVICAL CANCER DURING PREGNANCY. The cervix is the part of ...
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Gynecologic Oncology: Cancer of the Uterus
SYMPTOMS OF UTERINE CANCER. The most frequent symptom of cancer of the uterus is abnormal bleeding. In postmenopausal women any bleeding is considered ...
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Gynecologic Oncology: All About Pap Tests
Describes the procedure, evaluation process, treatment, and possible errors with the test.
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Ovarian cancer tutorial
Occasionally a cancer that is identical to that of a papillary serous ovarian cancer will occur throughout the abdomen. These cancers are thought to arise ...
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Gynecologic Oncology: All About Pap Tests
Describes the procedure, evaluation process, treatment, and possible errors with the test.
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Gynecologic Oncology: All About Pap Tests
If you have been told that your Pap test indicates the presence of HPV, do not be alarmed. If a definite viral change can be seen with the colposcope then ...
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Gynecologic Oncology: All About Pap Tests
The Pap test is performed by gently scraping cells from the cervix, ... Normal Benign Epithelial cell abnormality Atypical squamous cells of unknown ...
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Gynecologic Oncology: All About Pap Tests
The Pap test is a screening test for malignant and premalignant changes of the cervix. A positive result indicates that there may be a problem and that ...
 
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