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What are the possible complications with vulvar cancer?

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Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: It depends

This is difficult to answer without knowing more about your specific case.
It depends on the stage of your cancer. This will dictate whether surgery is performed and the extent of the surgery as well as whether there is a role for radiation and or chemotherapy. So without more information it is difficult to really answer this question.

In brief: It depends

This is difficult to answer without knowing more about your specific case.
It depends on the stage of your cancer. This will dictate whether surgery is performed and the extent of the surgery as well as whether there is a role for radiation and or chemotherapy. So without more information it is difficult to really answer this question.
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
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Dr. Myron Arlen
Surgery - Oncology

In brief: Ulceration

Vulvar cancer is a squamous cell malignancy that initially ulcerates.
It is usually induced by the UPV virus and behaves as most squamous cell lesions do; that is metastasis to regional nodes in the inguinal area. Such lesions require vulvectomy combined with radical groin dissection.

In brief: Ulceration

Vulvar cancer is a squamous cell malignancy that initially ulcerates.
It is usually induced by the UPV virus and behaves as most squamous cell lesions do; that is metastasis to regional nodes in the inguinal area. Such lesions require vulvectomy combined with radical groin dissection.
Dr. Myron Arlen
Dr. Myron Arlen
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