Gynecologic Oncology

There are approximately 400,000 new cases of cervical cancer worldwide annually. In 2017 there were 12,820 anticipated new cases identified with approximately 4,210 deaths in the United States. The most common symptom of cervical cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding— specifically, postcoital and intermenstrual bleeding, menorrhagia, and postmenopausal bleeding. Other symptoms include pelvic fullness/pain, unilateral leg swelling, bladder irritability, and tenesmus. Cervical cancer is also commonly asymptomatic, found only following an abnormal Pap smear, colposcopy exam, or cervical biopsy.

  • Cancer Screening & Prevention
  • Preinvasive Gynecologic Disease
  • Gynecologic Cancers
  • Hereditary Cancer Syndromes
  • Surgical Care for Gynecologic Cancers
  • Gynecologic Cancer Treatment Modalities
  • Reproductive Function and Gynecologic Cancer
  • Survivor-ship Care for Gynecologic Malignancies
  • Palliative Care & Critical Care Medicine
  • Chemotherapy & Chemotherapy Extravasion
  • Chemotherapy & Chemotherapy Extravasion
  • Gyn Tumors and Associated Treatment Modalities

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