Vulvar pigmented nevus is a black spot that occurs on the skin of the vulva. Some are smooth, rough, and some may have hair growth. Vulvar pigmentation is more likely to be malignant than other sputum in the body. This is because the vulva is often affected by friction and irritation, and because the pigmented nevus is sensitive to the stimulation of sex hormones, it tends to increase and darken during puberty and pregnancy. It has been reported that 40%-80% of malignant melanomas occur in pigmented nevus, and it is currently advocated for prophylactic excision of vulvar pigmentation as early as possible to prevent malignant transformation.
Sixth: vulvar pigmented nevus
Breast cystic disease, papilloma and fibroadenomas, although they are benign lesions, some of them can be converted to malignant, especially those with a family history of breasts; therefore, these patients should be closely observed and regularly examined if the tumor is found to grow rapidly. When hardening or vaginal discharge of bloody secretions, you should go to the hospital for treatment.
Fifth: breast hyperplasia
It is a disease with a very high rate of malignant transformation. According to reports, about 7%-16% of patients with hydatidiform mole may develop into chorionic epithelial cancer or malignant hydatidiform mole. Therefore, once the diagnosis is confirmed, the condition should be closely observed, suspicious symptoms should be discovered, and surgery should be performed in time.
Fourth: hydatidiform mole
Although the disease is a benign lesion, but if the adenoma type is severe, it may turn into endometrial cancer. Therefore, patients should be closely followed up and treated promptly.
Third: endometrial hyperplasia
If the uterine fibroids increase rapidly, it can compress the rectum and bladder and cause bowel movements and dysuria. Some patients can become malignant. Therefore, those who have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids should be closely observed and followed up to prevent malignant transformation.
This is a benign tumor commonly seen in middle-aged women. It originates from smooth muscle tissue on the uterine wall. The cause of the disease is not well understood, but it has a certain relationship with endocrine disorders.
Second: uterine fibroids
According to statistics, cervical cancer caused by cervical erosion is 7-12 times higher than that without the disease, so it is found that the disease must be treated seriously until it is completely cured.
This is a common disease among married women. It is often caused by childbirth, miscarriage or surgical operation, which causes damage to the cervix, as well as puerperium, unsanitary period and bacterial infection.
The first type: cervical erosion
Gynecological diseases such as cervical erosion, uterine fibroids, and endometrial hyperplasia are common diseases in women. The damage it causes to women is very large. If it is not treated early, it may become cancer, so women will suffer from these gynecology. The disease must be checked as soon as possible for treatment.