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Understanding Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian cancer is a malignancy of the female reproductive organ: the ovaries. This diagnosis typically strikes fear in all, due to the poor prognosis. However, not all ovarian cancers are the same and this article explains the differences.
Understanding Vulvar Cancer
Vulvar cancer is the 4th most common cancer of the female genital tract. It develops from precancerous or intraepithelial lesion and the consequences of both treatment and no treatment are potentially life altering. Read this article to learn more.
Understanding Vulvar Disorders
Vulvar disorders can result from a number of causes and is a common reason for gynecologic visits. Read this article to understand the symptoms of potentially serious problems.
Postmenopausal women can develop genital tract inflammation with symptoms comparable to those caused by infections. This similarity may lead to misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment. Read this article to learn more about this common treatable problem that can plaque women after menopause.
Uterine Fibroid Evaluation
Fibroids or leiomyomata are benign smooth muscle tumors that can cause pelvic pain, heavy bleeding, pelvic pressure and a notable mass. These symptoms require a thorough evaluation to identify the cause. Read this article to learn what tests are done to evaluate this problem.
Fibroids are one of the most common reasons women seek care from a gynecologist and account for 70-80% of all benign tumors of the female genital tract. But what are they? Read this article to find out.
Vulvar Cancer Presentation
Vulvar cancer can be difficult to detect and treat, contributing to significant morbidity and mortality. Its existence may also indicate the presence of another, nearby malignancy. Read this article to understand the presenting symptoms of vulvar cancer.
Vulvar Cancer Treatment
The fourth most common cancer of the female genital tract can be beaten. Once a diagnosis has been confirmed by biopsy then treatment options can be considered. Read this article to learn about vulvar cancer treatments
Vulvar Cancer Types
Vulvar cancer comprises 5% of the cancers of the female genital tract. Although less common, this malignancy can still contribute to significant morbidity and mortality in women. Read this article to learn about the different types.
Vulvar growths can occur anywhere in the genital region. They can come form the skin surface, deep skin layers, and even the glands. These growths can be benign or cancerous. Read this article to learn how to determine the difference.
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