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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Women Health: Most common Types of Cancer - Invasive cervical cancer - The Stages

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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                          Cervical Cancer

Cervix is the lower part of uterus that opens at the top of the vagina. Cervix acts an transition area for vaginal lining (squamous epithelium) change to uterus type (columnar epithelium) through the transitional area (squamous columnar epithelium) to host the development of the fetus. Cervical cancer is malignant neoplasm of the cervix uteri or cervical area caused by abnormal cells growth with alternation of cells DNA.

                      Invasive cervical cancer

An advanced stages of cervical cancer as the cancerous cells have spread from the surface of the cervix to tissue deeper in the cervix or to distant parts of the body.

                                  Stage of invasive cervical cancer
1. Stage 0
Cervical caner is classified as Stage 0. if the cancerous cell have not penetrated in deeper tissue but remain in the surface of the cervical lining.
2. Stage I
In stage I, The cancerous are no longer in the surface but have invaded into deep cervical lining
a. Stage IA1
The cancer is not ≤ 3 mm (1/8 inch) deep and ≤ 7 mm (1/4 inch) wide.
a.1. Stage IA1: The spreading is not ≤ 3mm(1/8 inch) deep and ≤ 7mm (1/4 inch) wide.
a.2. Stage IA2: The invasion area is ≥ 3 mm but ≤ 5 mm (about 1/5 inch) deep and ≤ 7 mm (about 1/4 inch) wide.
b. Stage IB: The cancer in this stage have invaded the connective tissue of the cervix, ≥ 5mm (1/5 inch).
b.1. Stage IB1: Cancer is ≥ 4 cm large (1 3/4 inches).
b.2. Stage IB2: Cancer is ≥ 4 cm (1 3/4 inches) but ≤ 5cm (2 inches)
3. Stage II
In stage II, the cancer cells have spread to distant tissues, but is still within the pelvic area.
a. Stage IIA: Cancer has spread to the 2/3 of upper part of the vagina.
b. Stage IIB: In this stage, cancer has spread to tissue near the cervix. This tissue is called parametrial tissue of the cervix.
4. Stage III
In this stage, cancer cells have spread to entire vagina and penetrate deep into the pelvic wall.
a. Stage IIIA: Cancer has spread to the entire vagina and contained in the area.
b. Stage IIIB: Cancer has spread deep into to the pelvic wall and interfered with the flow of urine to the bladder.
5. Stage IV
In stage IV is the most advance stage of cervical cancer as cancer cells have spread to the distant parts of the body
a. Stage IVA:
In this stage, cancer cells have spread to the nearby organs and tissue but closed to the cervix , including bladder or rectum.
b. Stage IVB:

In this stage, cancer cells have spread to distant areas of the body, including the lungs, kidney, etc.                                                  

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