Cancer of the cervix also seldom appears—once in about 2000 cases.
The cervix is then more or less dilated and the ovum is palpable.
The patient had been under our care for inflammation of the cervix uteri.
On my urgent representations she allowed me to remove the cervix.
If there be any suspicion in this direction he should remove the cervix.
It may be divided into cancer of the body and cancer of the neck (cervix).
The infection generally starts in the cervix, and the disease may last for considerable time before the woman becomes aware of it.
Wetting the feet and getting chilled, particularly during the menses, may set up a catarrh in the cervix.
Its edges are thick, soft, and closed; the cervix is short, and seems less than half an inch.
The first step is to cool off the blood which flows to the neck and head by short-time compresses on the neck and on the cervix.