A Review of Cervical Cancer: Incidence and Disparities.
Cervical cancer is a type of malignancy emerging from cervix. This is a type of a cancer seen in women having regular oral contraceptives, infected with papillomavirus, having multiple pregnancies or by sexual relation with one or more men. This type of cancer can be detected by various symptoms metastases.
Research into the symptoms of cervical cancer. A UK study wanted to find out more about the symptoms and experiences that young women had before being diagnosed with cervical cancer. The study team found that many of the women (aged 18 to 29) didn't know the symptoms of cervical cancer and delayed going to see the doctor about them.
This review is focused on cervical cancer in pregnancy. The aim is to discuss the diagnosis, potential biomarkers and molecular aspects, therapeutic approaches, and prognosis from intraepithelial cervical neoplasia to invasive cervical cancer (early and advanced stages) in different gestational ages.
The purpose of this review is to update the current knowledge on the treatment of recurrent cervical cancer based on the literature review. Medline and CarcerLit databases were used to search all published articles regarding the management and surgical or medical treatment of recurrent cervical cancer.
Literature Review assigment. A review of the literature is an essential part of an academic research project. A review is a careful examination of a body of literature pointing to a good research and writing which is guided by a relevant literature.In view of this, this paper discusses the importance of conducting a literature review.Literature review is a written and systematic summary of the.
Each year, more than half a million women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and the disease results in over 300 000 deaths worldwide. High-risk subtypes of the human papilloma virus (HPV) are the cause of the disease in most cases. The disease is largely preventable. Approximately 90% of cervical cancers occur in low-income and middle-income countries that lack organised screening and HPV.
Literature Review. The intent of this literature review is to assess the best practices surrounding skin disinfection before administering an injection. This review will look at the different views on this issue and the changes in practice over time. It will also evaluate the quality of the evidence and examine arguments for and against the use of skin disinfection prior to an injection.