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Cervical cancer is a malignancy of the female reproductive system, affecting the cervix.
A malignancy of the female reproductive system, ovarian cancer affects around 20,000 American women each year.
Pelvic exams are common out-patient procedures, wherein a gynecologist will examine a woman’s pelvic area visually, with the help of a tool known as a vaginal speculum.
Although a relatively minor surgical procedure, there is a notable risk of surgical site infections after implantation of pacemakers.
A new study has shone further light on endometriosis, by revealing that taller and thinner women tend to be at a higher risk for developing the illness.
There have been several news stories in recent times of reusable instruments in hospital operating rooms being found to have human matter still on them after disinfection. A recent case occurred in San Antonio, Texas, back in April.
This article will take a closer look at throat cancer, examining a common procedure used as part of the diagnostic process – laryngoscopy.
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When a woman experiences a medical issue related to her uterus – persistent uterine bleeding, for example – her gynecologist may recommend a medical exam known as a hysteroscopy.
There are risks associated with the tummy tuck procedure.
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