Gynecologic Cancers: Case Report

Gynecologic cancer is any form of cancer that develops in a woman's reproductive system. Always given its proper name after the body part where it first appears, cancer. The pelvis, which is the region below the stomach and between the hip bones in women, is where various gynecologic cancers start. Around 10,000 new cases of uterine or endometrial cancer are detected each year in the UK, making it the most prevalent gynaecological cancer. There is a 1 in 41 lifetime risk for women. Gynecologic cancer can occur in the cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar regions.

  • Ovarian Cancer case report
  • Ovarian Cancer case report
  • Vulvar cancers case reports

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