00:35 It accounts for about 55 to 60% of all cases of cervical cancer worldwide. 00:41 The next most carcinogenic type of HPV is HPV-18. 00:46 It's responsible for a lot less, 10 to 15% of all cases of cervical cancer. Cervical cancer typically presents with post-coital and/or intermenstrual bleeding, so I've provided a differential diagnosis for both of cervical cancer is a malignant neoplasm arising from the tissues of the cervix. PSA Question Bank 💊. Podcast Producer wanted! Medical Finals Questions 🔥.
9. A client, age 41, visits the gynecologist. After examining her, the physician suspects cervical cancer. The nurse reviews the client's history for risk factors for this disease. Which history finding is a risk factor for cervical cancer? a. Onset of sporadic sexual activity at age 17 b. Spontaneous abortion at age 19