In light of September's 'International Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month', ISUOG has compiled a collection of resources from our community's expert clinicians including, UOG Journal articles, lectures and learning materials.
According to the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, gynecologic cancers account for 19% of the 5.1 million estimated new cancer cases diagnosed each year.
Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that starts in a woman’s reproductive organs. There are five main types of gynecologic cancer: cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar, with uterine and ovarian being the most common. Ovarian cancer is the fifth-leading cause of cancer-related death among women and often goes undetected until it has spread to the pelvis and abdomen.
Read, watch and learn from our community's expert clinicians on gynecological cancers.
UOG Journal Articles
- Benign descriptors and ADNEX in two-step strategy to estimate risk of malignancy in ovarian tumors: retrospective validation in IOTA5 multicenter cohort
- Developing and validating ultrasound-based radiomics models for predicting high-risk endometrial cancer
- Three-dimensional transvaginal ultrasound vs magnetic resonance imaging for preoperative staging of deep myometrial and cervical invasion in patients with endometrial cancer: systematic review and meta-analysis
- Interobserver agreement of transvaginal ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in local staging of cervical cancer
Basic Training Resources
- Scan demonstration: Ultrasound staging of gynecological cancer
- Ultrasound tru-cut biopsy in gynecological disease: 15 years’ experience in a tertiary referral cancer centre
- Using ultrasound to assess cervical and vulvar cancer patients
- How to use ultrasound to determine the extent of cervical and endometrial cancer: practical advice and case examples
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