Cervical Adenosarcoma is a type of cancer occurring in the cells of the uterine endocervix. It is the second most common type of cervical cancer, and most often, Cervical Adenosarcoma affects women in their midlife. Symptoms of Cervical Adenosarcoma include abnormal vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain. Doctors diagnose Cervical Adenosarcoma using a Pap test or a colposcopy. It is suggested that Cervical Adenosarcoma is caused by Human Papillomavirus. Treatment for Cervical Adenosarcoma includes surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation.
Cervical Adenosarcoma Bioinformatics Tool
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