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Cervical adenocarcinoma and condyloma can, in some cases, be removed with cryotherapy. Risk factors are: obesity (suggests a 10-fold increase in risk if an individual is more than 50 lbs heavier than the ideal weight), nulliparity, a late menopause, some drugs (tamoxifen, oral contraceptives), family history, and phenotype characteristics. The symptom is abnormal bleeding that leads to evaluation of the endometrium. Cervical adenocarcinoma and condyloma can, in some cases, be removed with cryotherapy.

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Cervical Adenocarcinoma

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Condyloma, Cryotherapy

It occurs mostly during the reproductive (25%) and menopausal (75%) years. 1 deaths per 100,000 persons in white women. 8 deaths per 100,000 persons in black women and 3. The mortality rate is 5. This condition is the most common gynecological cancer. Cervical adenocarcinoma and condyloma can, in some cases, be removed with cryotherapy.

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