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Cervical uterine cancer is more likely to have associated abnormal bleeding a purulent discharge than verruca or genital wart. It is another name for endometrial cancer. It is primarily a disease of women after menopause. The average age at diagnosis is 60 years. These women have risk factors, such as morbid obesity, chronic unovulation, nulliparity, and hereditary syndromes. Cervical uterine cancer is more likely to have associated abnormal bleeding a purulent discharge than verruca or genital wart.

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Cervical Uterine Cancer

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Verruca, Genital Wart

Factors that reduce risk are: combination oral contraceptives (the relative risk is 0.5), smoking (but decreasing the risk of endometrial cancer, it increases risk of lung cancer and other morbidities), and progestins. The most common symptom are abnormal bleeding and purulent genital discharge. Cervical uterine cancer is more likely to have associated abnormal bleeding a purulent discharge than verruca or genital wart.

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

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