Cervical cancer screening: an interview with Alastair Atkinson, CEO of DySIS Medical Ltd By April Cashin-Garbutt Interview conducted, BA Hons Please could you give us a short introduction to cervical cancer screening? Cervical Cancer is usually a tragic disease. First and foremost, because it is entirely preventable if the first symptoms are detected regularly; secondly because globally it is the second most common cancer in women with around 470,000 reported cases resulting in about 250,000 deaths every full year. Cervical Tumor screening has been adopted in most developed countries and has been successful in reducing the morbidity rate, but it remains a challenging area still same effective .
Cesarean Childbirth Pictures Closure of the uterine and abdominal incisions after a low transverse cesarean section. Click to see larger image. High-risk uterine incisions have a high threat of uterine rupture with extra pregnancies. Consequently, these ladies aren’t candidates for upcoming vaginal deliveries. Sometimes, a T-formed incision is required. Ladies with a T-formed incision bring the same risks as women with a vertical uterine incision with respect to future risk of uterine rupture. Click to view larger image.