Cancer for cancer treatment can be diagnosed if patients with symptoms of symptoms have recently had a Pap smear test, the London Health Sciences Center (LHSC) study suggests.
According to recent research published by the Cureus Journal of Medical Science, the LHSC London Regional Cancer Program was diagnosed with chemotherapy for 50 women in which 38 women had cervix cancer.
According to the study, 38 of these 13 women tested PAP analysis within a period of two years or less, because doctors dismissed tragic cancer to determine the patient's symptoms.
Some researchers interviewed said they believed that delays had caused a detrimental quality.
The authors of the study say that the decision to reduce the frequency of provisional interruption for three years, when females emit 25-year-old women, may be factors that may be the tendency.
"There is no perception that the cervix cancer is hardly a woman who has a proven outcome," says research.
"Prior to male masked guards, many participants said they were not supposed to be cancer. Many similarities were felt by their healthcare provider."
Despite the presence of cancer cancer symptoms, other study factors suggest that, along with previous PAP results, it may be used to explain symptoms, such as being "young", having a cervix cancer and a C-section.
"From here comes to me, and I told her to go home," said a patient in the study.
The authors of the study will determine convulsive cancers as part of a diagnosis, regardless of the results of past surgery and confirm the importance of a pelvic exam as "part of normal care, especially when there are symptoms."