FIGO-staging of cervical cancer: Can’t it be communicated in a better way?
Aim: To correlate existing format of FIGO-staging of cervical cancer in clinical practice.
Method: Review of clinical practice guidelines and journal publications. Result of clinical practice guidelines.
Conclusion: A modified form of cervical cancer staging is proposed to make it practical for clinical evaluation, provisional management plan and prognosis based on tumor size and parametrial invasion.
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