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Histopathological Spectrum of Cervical Malignancies

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.8, No. 2)

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Page : 745-747

Keywords : Abnormal bleeding; biopsies; carcinoma of uterine cervix; cervical screening; genital cancer; histology; spectrum;

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Background: As cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in females globally and about 80 % of cases reported in developing countries, it becomes imperative to diagnose cervical cancers in the vulnerable age group. The complete and accurate assessment requires colposcopic examination, cervical cytology and histology. Objective: To Study the histopathological spectrum of cervical malignancies. Material andMethods: A total of 65 cases of cervical carcinomaswere received during the 2 years duration. Result: The cervical carcinomas present most commonly in the age group of 40 -49years with most common complaint of abnormal bleeding and foul smelling discharge per vaginum. Well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma is the most common histological type of cervical malignancy. Conclusion: Adequate cervical screening procedure and follow up cervical biopsies is important for early diagnoses and management of malignant tumours.

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