Most women who develop endometrial cancer are post menopausal and present to their doctor with vaginal bleeding. An understanding of the risk factors for endometrial cancer, signs and symptoms, and appropriate investigations are all important factors in leading to timely diagnosis and treatment. This program provides information to assist in clarifying the steps to diagnosis and treatment of endometrial cancer including: identifying risk factors; identifying signs and symptoms; investigations; and appropriate referral and management.
Endometrial cancer : investigations and referral
by Swan, Norman|May, Jenny|Mourik, Pieter|et al
Rural Health Education Foundation, Curtin, ACT, 2011
Categories: Gynaecological Cancer, Uterine and endometrial cancer
Subjects: Diagnosis, Endometrial cancer, Risk factors, Symptoms, Treatment
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