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Vaginal oncology is a disease in which cancer cells form in the vagina. Vaginal cancer is not common. When found in early stages, it can often be cured. Two types of vaginal cancers are there, squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. This cancer is found through a routine gynecologic exam. Symptoms of this cancer are commonly abnormal vaginal bleeding, which may be post-coital, intermenstrual, prepubertal, or postmenopausal, painful urination, constipation. The tests which are used to diagnose vaginal cancer are pelvic exam, pap smear, biopsy, colposcopy.
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