Of all the gynaecological cancers, this is the one you will be most commonly faced with – so it’s important to know what to look out for, how to work it up, and what needs to be done. For the answers, look to this month’s BMJ.
The article has a lovely collection of summary points to stimulate your interest, including the hallmark symptom, a brief list of investigations, and treatment options. It’s a fantastic summary and definitely worth a read.
Over at the BMJ here.