2015, Number 615
Rev Med Cos Cen 2015; 72 (615)
Mora VN, Álvarez SCA, González CR
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ABSTRACTCancer is one of the most common causes of death today. Especially cervical cancer; It is the second leading cause of cancer death among females. While it is not associated with pregnancy; it is the malignancy that occurs most frequently during pregnancy. Its handling and boarding has undergone many changes, due to the large diversity depending on the stage of the disease, gestational age at diagnosis, and the patient’s wishes about conservation or fertility. It should be noted that it is important to stimulate their early detection and treatment; since these are the main determinants of good prognosis. Pap test remains the most acceptable screening procedure. So the purpose of this literature review is to clarify all the doubts that revolve around the topic.