Women's Health

Cervical Adenocarcinoma is Correlated to Corovarian Metastases, Research Shows

Cervical Adenocarcinoma is Correlated to Corovarian Metastases, Research Shows

Cervical Adenocarcinoma is Correlated to Corovarian Metastases, Research Shows

Over the last four decades, cervical cancer death rates have decreased by 50%. This is primarily due to the increased use of the Pap test, which is a procedure that can detect abnormalities in the cervix before cancer develops. Ovarian preservation is valuable to the health of premenopausal women with cervical cancer; however, it remains a hardship in the world of medicine. Due to the fact that non-squamous histology and increased risk of OM (ovarian metastases) have seen to be correlated, the procedure commonly recommended for ADC is bilateral oophorectomy. However, this procedure does not take into consideration ovarian preservation, which is essential to the well-being of young women in premenopausal phase.