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The condition cervical carcinoma may be caused by the condyloma virus HPV, and may be detected early with a pap smear. This term refers to the most common type of cancer of the cervix, which arises on the more "outer" portion of the cervix, which protrudes into the vagina. This type makes up about 85% of all cancers of the cervix. The condition cervical carcinoma may be caused by the condyloma virus HPV, and may be detected early with a pap smear.

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Cervical Carcinoma

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Condyloma, Pap Smear

Other types of cancer are: adenocarcinoma, adenosquamous type, sarcomas, lymphomas and others. The problem of these conditions is that they are asymptomatic at the early and most curable stages and can be detected by Pap smear and pelvic examination only. The condition cervical carcinoma may be caused by the condyloma virus HPV, and may be detected early with a pap smear.

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

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