Types and symptoms of vaginal cancer - Diagnosing vaginal carcinoma

Types And Symptoms Of Vaginal Cancer            Vaginal cancer or vaginal carcinoma is a type of cancer where malignant tissues are found within the walls of vagina or cervix. There are four major types of vaginal cancer -- squamous cell carcinoma, vaginal adenocarcinoma, malignant melanoma, sarcoma.More...

Symptoms Of Vaginal Cancer

Symptoms Of Vaginal Cancer

Vaginal cancer is one of the rarest disease of female reproductive system where malignant tissues develops within the vaginal walls or cervix. There are four main types of vaginal cancer -- squamous cell cancer, vaginal adenocarcinoma, vaginal germ cell tumors, and sarcoma botryoides. More...

 

 

Diagnosing Vaginal Carcinoma

Diagnosing Vaginal Carcinoma

Vaginal cancer is a type of cancer in which cancer (malignant) cells are located in the tissues of vagina. Vaginal cancer is not a common disease. It occurs primarily in women over age of 60, but can occur at any age. Vaginal cancer, if detected and treated in early stages, is completely curable. More...

 

Ultrasound Imaging Of Vaginal Cancer

Ultrasound Imaging Of Vaginal Cancer

Ultrasound tests use high frequency sound waves to take pictures of parts of the body. For this test, a small microphone-like device called a transducer (an electrical device that converts one form of energy into other) is put on the vagina. It emits sound waves of higher frequency and picks up the echoes as they bounce off the vagina. A computer receives these reflected waves and uses them to create a two dimensional picture on the monitor. More...