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To remove invasive cervical cancer, radiation may be used, but less invasive options would be used to remove a vaginal wart, as it is a lower risk strain of human papilloma virus. The tumor spreads to organs located near the cervix, such as the bladder or rectum and other parts of the body far from the cervix. The 4th period is the most advanced. The FIGO system classifies this condition into four basic periods, labeled 0 through 4. To remove invasive cervical cancer, radiation may be used, but less invasive options would be used to remove a vaginal wart, as it is a lower risk strain of human papilloma virus.

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Cervical Cancer Radiation

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Vaginal Wart, Human Papilloma Virus

These methods determine the tumorís size, depth of penetration, and spread within or beyond the cervix. This condition is determined by information that is obtained through: biopsy and the pathology reports, cystoscopy, abdominal ultrasound, computer tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. The lower the stage, the better the personís prognosis. To remove invasive cervical cancer, radiation may be used, but less invasive options would be used to remove a vaginal wart, as it is a lower risk strain of human papilloma virus.

Other Topics: HPV Picture, HPV, HPV Vaccination, HPV Cancer, HPV DNA Test, Human Papillomavirus Infection, Human Papilloma Virus Symptom, HPV Cervical Dysplasia, ASCUS Pap Smear, Genital Wart Pic

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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