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More usually than no longer, development in medication happens incrementally. The record of an 'important' new statement is sometimes greeted through a mix of pleasure and skepticism. but the real price of the invention is probably not identified for a number of years until eventually it's proven (or refuted) by means of independently carried out experiences. every now and then, controversy might proceed to shroud a subject as a result of the discordant effects generated via assorted study teams. because the final Gynecologic Oncology quantity within the melanoma remedy and examine sequence, a few new components have emerged that shed new gentle at the pathogenesis, prognosis, and therapy of gynecologic malignancies. during this quantity of the melanoma therapy and study sequence, i've got tried to combine articles that spotlight a few of these most modern advancements with chapters that offer an outline of chosen components of controversy. This quantity isn't intended to be an abbreviated textual content of gynecologic oncology yet quite a set of chosen works that could give you the reader with a greater standpoint at the components of swap in the box. the applying of molecular biology to cervical melanoma has allowed us to appreciate extra thoroughly the jobs of human papilloma viruses and mobile oncogenes within the improvement of melanoma of the uterine cervix.
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The committee's rationale for inclusion of pure HPV with lowgrade SIL relates to the strongly suspect relationship of HPV and cervical carcinogenesis as well as the similar progression rate to high-grade lesions of pure HPV (flat condyloma - 14%) and CIN 1 (16%) [33,34]. It has been argued that the reproducibility of the three-tier CIN system is poor [35,36], and that therefore the traditional CIN grading does not really provide additional information. Furthermore, since CIN 2 and 3 should be treated in the same way, identification of the lesion as high-grade is most important for patient management .
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