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- Primary vaginal cancer is rare. There were 281 cases of vaginal cancer in the United Kingdom in 2010. The most common causes of squamous cell vaginal cancer are HPV and irradiation. What is the most common HPV type found in vaginal cancers?
- A 65-year-old woman returns for the results of her vulvar biopsy. Which of the following is the etiologic agent (or immediate precursor lesion) for vulvar cancer?
- A 56-year-old woman has a biopsy-proven vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN III). She undergoes a wide excision and returns 3 months later with vulvar pruritus. What should you advise the patient?
- Which of the following tumors of the vulva has the best prognosis?
- A 56-year-old woman presents with painless mild vaginal spotting. She had a hysterectomy at age 40 for persistent cervical dysplasia. She is otherwise healthy and takes no medications. On further review of symptoms, she has occasional urgency and dysuria. On pelvic examination, a 0.5-cmlesion is felt and visualized in the anterior vagina. What is the next step in the evaluation or treatment of this lesion?
- A 30-year-old woman presents for her annual examination. On history, she reports that her mother was prescribed diethylstilbestrol (DES) during the pregnancy with her. Which of the following conditions is she most at risk for as a result?
- Which of the following is a malignant tumor of the vagina of young children that appears clinically as a mass of grape-like edematous polyps?
8.A 72-year-old woman complains of vaginal bleeding. On evaluation, a 2-cmvaginal lesion is found in the upper third of the anterior vagina. On bimanual and rectovaginal examination, the mass extends to the lateral pelvic wall. On biopsy, vaginal carcinoma is confirmed.What stage cancer does this patient most likely have?CorrectIncorrect
- Which of the following is the most likely histology of vaginal carcinoma in OLD woman?
- Which of the following is the best treatment for ADVANCED VAGINAL CANCER ?
- Under colposcopic examination, a distinct area of acetowhite change is noted with associated coarse pattern vessels and punctation. This is consistent with what histologic finding on directed biopsy?