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Uterine Cancer, Stage I: Disease Bioinformatics
Uterine Cancer is localized in the uterus and is frequently referred to as endometrial cancer because it forms in the lining of the uterus (the endometrium). Uterine cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women and is the most frequently diagnosed gynecologic cancer. It usually occurs during/after menopause and risk in increased with obesity and taking estrogenalone hormone replacement therapy. Uterine Cancer, stage I occurs when the cancer is limited to the uterus and has not spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body. Stage IA is defined by the cancer cells being confined to the inner layer of the uterus (endometrum). Stage IB is diagnosed with the cancer has invaded less than half of the muscle wall of the uterus. Stage IC is defined when the cancer has attacked more than half of the muscle wall of the uterus. Treatment is typically a hysterectomy, removal the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes but hormone therapy and radiation are other treatment options if found appropriate. Clinical trials are frequently used for stage I uterine cancer but stage I uterine cancer is commonly curable with these treatments because it is localized to the uterus.
Uterine Cancer, Stage I Bioinformatics Tool
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Alternate NamesUterine Cancer, Stage I is also known as Stage I Uterine Cancer.