cervical cancer

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Related to Cervical carcinoma: cervical carcinoma in situ, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

cervical cancer

Cancer of the cervix (neck of the uterus).
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It is essential for gynecologists and obstetricians, gynecologic oncologists, pathologists, residents, fellows, trainees, and other physicians working toward the prevention, early detection, and the best possible treatment outcomes in cervical carcinoma.
Cervical carcinoma simulating advanced ovarian cancer.
Cervical carcinoma and sexual behaviour: Collaborative reanalysis of individual data on 15,461 women with cervical carcinoma and 29,164 women without cervical carcinoma from 21 epidemiological studies.
T-regulatory (Treg) cells appears to be a significant independent prognostic factor in cervical carcinoma (8).
It is important to note that infection with one type of HPV does not prevent infection with another type concurrently or subsequently, Studies have shown that women with cervical abnormalities or cervical carcinoma frequently have infections from multiple HPV genotypes.
A cervical carcinoma prevention programme frequently breaks down as a result of difficulty in accessing colposcopy services.
52) In the UK, in the ARTISTIC trial, 3 of 12 women (25%) diagnosed with invasive cervical carcinoma in the first round of screening during several years had baseline, negative HC2 hrHPV test results.
Objective: Cervical carcinoma is a preventable cancer caused by a persistent infection with high-risk types of human papillomavirus (hrHPV).
The real strength of MR imaging for cervical carcinoma is the high negative predictive value of 95% for parametrial invasion.
Around 21% of South African women are thought to carry human papilloma virus (HPV), (4) which is widely accepted as the causative agent behind invasive cervical carcinoma and its precursors.
13) Loss of the TAP complex is highly correlated with loss of human leucocyte antigen (HLA) expression in cervical carcinoma.