Low-grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion
Low-grade lesions
A low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion is a precancerous lesion. It refers to the early changes in the squamous cells that are present on the surface of the ectocervix. The following write-up provides information on the causes...
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Stage 3 Cervical Cancer: Prognosis and Treatment
Did you know that in the year 2011, more than 12,000 new cases of cervical cancer were detected in the US, and that more than 4000 people died of cervical cancer? In spite of the incidence of cervical cancer having considerably...
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Stage 1 Cervical Cancer
Cancer staging helps determine correct treatment. Stage 1 cervical cancer can be cured with prompt treatment. Read ahead to know how early stage cervical cancer is detected and how it is treated...
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Cervical Cancer - Symptoms and Treatment
Cervical cancer is the cancer of cervix, the mouth of the uterus. Here is some useful information about cervical cancer symptoms and treatment.
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Stage 2 Cervical Cancer
Stage 2 cervical cancer defines the progression of the disease in the body. Observing the intensity of the indications, the spread of this disease can be curbed and appropriate treatment provided.
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Cervical Cancer Survival Rates
The mouth of the uterus is called the 'cervix' and malignant growth of cells at the cervical area is called 'cervical cancer'. This article provides information on cervical cancer survival rates. Read on to know how the rates vary...
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Stages of Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is a malignant cancer of cervix uteri and is termed as one of the most life- threatening cancers. There are five stages of cervical cancer, stage 0 to stage IV. The stages are classified according to the invasion of...
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