Ovarian, Uterine, Vulvar Cancer
At Greenview medical Centre we have an expert team of doctors and nurses to discuss and organize treatment options for cancer patients and to take proper care from the diagnosis to recovery with no complications.
Today’s lifestyle and other factors increase the risk of gynecologic cancer in women. Most commonly found cancer in the gynecology oncology is the ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and the vulvar cancer. At Greenview medical Centre we offer all the support and care from the gynecology oncology department.
The uterus or womb is the place where the fertilized egg develops into baby. It is a hollow structure located in the lower abdominal area. Uterine is the inner lining of the cavity of the uterus. Uterine cancer is classified as cervical cancer or endometrial cancer specifying the part in which the tumors are found. In general these cancers are termed as uterine cancer as they form parts of the uterus. Uterine cancer mostly develop in the inner lining of the uterine cavity were abnormal cell growths accumulate and alter the functioning of the uterus. This is the most common type of cancer found in women reproductive system and is spread through blood flow and lymphatic nodes. Common symptoms for uterine cancer include irregular bleeding and pelvic pain.
Ovaries are the organ that produces egg as part of the reproduction process. There are two ovaries in each side located in the pelvis. The ovaries are responsible for producing female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Ovarian cancer defines the presence of cancer cells in the ovary. There are 3 types of ovarian cancer which are named after the location of formation of tumor cells. This type of cancer is most dangerous as it show very few symptoms making it impossible to diagnose at early stages of development. In advanced stages it exhibits symptoms including pressure in the pelvis, bloating, constipation and pain.
The external part of female genital area is termed as vulva. Vulvar cancer affects the outer part of the vagina and the labia. This type of cancer is found in elderly women. Symptoms include itching and formation of lumps in the vulva. Vulvar cancer include following risks such as vulvar inflammation, HIV infection and other genital disorders.
Screening tests are one method to check for the cancer if there are symptoms. Cancer screening tests are successful making it possible to diagnose the disease at early stages making it helpful to recover with minimal treatments. If there are symptoms of cancer, then doctors suggest for diagnostic tests to figure out for the cause for the symptoms of cancer. At Greenview medical centre, we have a team of experts to help you diagnose, treat and recover from all medical conditions. We have the best medical infrastructure and medical utilities to provide all round care and support to the patients. For any queries related to Ovarian, Uterine, Vulvar Cancer contact us.