CERVICAL (CERVIX) CANCER It is the most common female genital cancer worldwide. Its incidence is related to the development level of the country. Since cervical cancer screening test (smear) is widely applied in developed countries and precancerous lesions are detected more frequently, cervical cancer comes after uterus cancer in terms of incidence. However, since the
UTERUS CANCERS There are two types of uterine cancer that develop from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) and the wall of the uterus (uterine sarcoma). A. Cancer of the lining of the uterus (endometrium): It is the most common gynecological cancer in developed countries. It constitutes about 6% of all cancers seen in women.
OVARIAN CANCERS Ovarian cancer is the cancer type with the highest mortality rate among female organ (gynecological) cancers. It accounts for about 3% of all cancers in women. Cancers in the ovaries can originate from these organs, as well as by the spread of breast and gastrointestinal system cancers. Ovarian cancers usually do not show
It is a kind of bright light microscope that can magnify the image up to 40 times. It is especially used in the evaluation of preliminary cancer development (precancerous) findings in the cervix. Colposcopy is an absolutely painless procedure. Cervical cancer screening of women is done with the smear test. The smear test gives false