Management Of Cervical Cancer?
Good morning. I want to ask if my mother was diagnosed with early-stage cervical cancer, can it be completely cured? How to cure it ?? thank you
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Cervical cancer can be referred to as cervical cancer. This occurs due to the growth of cancer cells in the mouth of the uterus or cervix. This cancerous condition is related to sexually transmitted infections, and can be influenced by genetic factors.
The cervix is the part that connects the uterus to the vagina, in normal conditions is pink tissue with a rather rounded and slippery surface. Screening for cervical cancer can be done since a young age (around the age of 21 years) to do a pap smear examination or IVA. If the screening results show abnormalities, referrals will generally be made to health facilities as well as obstetricians who have the competence to follow up on this medical condition.
The cause of cervical cancer comes from changes in the composition of cells become malignant and is closely related to genetic mutations and Human Papilloma Virus. For a definitive diagnosis of the stage of cancer that is best experienced by a biopsy / histopathology examination. Some treatment modalities that can be done include:
Healing or improving the condition of cancer in total can occur after treatment, but keep in mind that there is still a possibility of the growth of cancer cells again after healing. You need to follow up and control regularly about your condition during treatment and after treatment is complete. The choice of treatment modality will be made after a thorough examination by an obstetrician and after seeing the condition and extent of your cervical cancer.
Hopefully this information can help you,