Cervical Carcinoma - Carcinoma Cervicis Uteri
A malignant tumor of the cervix is called cervical carcinoma. Cervical cancer is almost always caused by a long-standing infection with certain viruses. This human papillomavirus (HPV) is mainly transmitted through sexual contact.
Frequently asked questions about cervical cancer:
- What are the first signs of Cervical Cancer?
- How curable is Cervical Cancer?
- What happens if you don't get treatment for Cervical Cancer?
- Where does Cervical Cancer spread?
- How many stages does Cervical Cancer have?
- At what age can you get Cervical Cancer?
- Does everyone have HPV viruses?