My friend had an MRI on her cervix She had a histroscopy and bled a lot she lost a litre and they thought she may have cervical cancer This is what the report said... No soft tissue mass is seen in relation to the cervix. The cervical canal appears normal apart from prominent mucosal glands. Endometrial thickness is 6mm. Slightly prominent junctional zone is identified. No focal uterine mass is seen. Can you explain
Your friend might have had blood loss due to other reasons rather than anything to do with cancer of cervix. It is clear from the MRI scan that the cervix is normal and there is no possibility of any cancerous lesion in the cervix. However, doctors may do a pap smear to know the type of cells in the cervix.
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