Diagnosis and Prognosis of Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer
Review of Medical History
- IIIA—The cancer has spread to connective tissue around the uterus, ovaries or fallopian tubes, or there are cancer cells in the fluid in the pelvic cavity.
- IIIB—The cancer has spread to the vagina.
- IIIC—The cancer has spread to lymph nodes near the uterus (in the pelvis or around the aorta).
- IVA—The cancer has spread to the surface of the inner lining of the bladder or rectum.
- IVB—The cancer has spread to lymph nodes in the abdomen (other than in the groin or around the aorta) or distant organs.
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- Reviewer: Igor Puzanov, MD
- Review Date: 09/2012 -
- Update Date: 09/26/2012 -
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