Author | Robert Pearcey, MD

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A Young Woman With Distant Recurrent Metastatic Primary Vaginal Carcinoma Salvaged With Radical Radiotherapy

September 02, 2008

Primary carcinoma of the vagina accounts for 1% to 3% of all gynecologic malignancies, with 70% of cases occurring in women over age 60.[1] Hematogenous dissemination is rare at diagnosis but is more common in patients with advanced, neglected lesions.