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Diagnosis Of Cervical Cancer

A diagnosis of cervical cancer usually isn't found through a vulvar biopsy, but the presence of vaginosis could be an indicator of hpv, which causes cervical cancer. If the tumor has spread far from the cervix, additional tests are needed, examining the lymph nodes, pelvic area, bladder, and rectum. These may include: thinprep Pap test, speculoscopy, colposcopy, endocervical curettage, cone biopsy, dilation and curettage (D&C), and cervicography. A diagnosis of cervical cancer usually isn't found through a vulvar biopsy, but the presence of vaginosis could be an indicator of hpv, which causes cervical cancer.

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Diagnosis Of Cervical Cancer

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Vulvar, Vaginosis

If the Pap test suggests a problem, additional tests are conducted. The process begins with a Pap smear, which detects 95% of all precancerous conditions. Routine screening for abnormalities in the cervix can detect early-stage disease and precancerous conditions that could progress to invasive disease. A diagnosis of cervical cancer usually isn't found through a vulvar biopsy, but the presence of vaginosis could be an indicator of hpv, which causes cervical cancer.

Other Topics: HPV Virus, HPV Shot, Picture of HPV Virus, Oral HPV, HPV in Woman, Human Papilloma Virus in Man, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Cervical Cancer Symptom, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart Picture

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

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