Staging Cervical Cancer.
Every cancer has a different staging criteria but all follow the same trends. A stage I cancer is very localized and well differentiated; as you move up to stage IV, there begins to be poor differentiation and metastasis. This diagram illustrates the spread of the cancer from the cervix, invading past the pelvic wall, to the bladder and rectal wall and finally to distant sites.

Staging Cervical Cancer.

Every cancer has a different staging criteria but all follow the same trends. A stage I cancer is very localized and well differentiated; as you move up to stage IV, there begins to be poor differentiation and metastasis. This diagram illustrates the spread of the cancer from the cervix, invading past the pelvic wall, to the bladder and rectal wall and finally to distant sites.

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