Signs and Symptoms of Vulvar Cancers and Pre-Cancers - squamous cell carcinoma vulva


Vulvar cancer: epidemiology, clinical presentation, and management options squamous cell carcinoma vulva

About 90% of vulvar cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, which typically develop at the edges of the labia majora/ minora or in the vagina.

The stage of a vulvar cancer is the most important factor in choosing treatment.

Verrucous carcinoma, a subtype of invasive squamous cell vulvar cancer, looks like cauliflower-like growths similar to genital warts.