is still one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity
in Indian women. Incidences of cervical cancers are much
higher in India than in the western world. Types and profiles
of malignancies that occur in Indian women are different
from other countries. Despite the high incidence rates there
are very few well set up screening programs in India.
Center encourages cancer screening for all reproductive
age group women. It offers the complete range of cancer
screening options as routine procedures for asymptomatic
women. It also encourages more specific screening for high-risk
cervical cancer (most common in Indian women)
smears – yearly pap smears encouraged for all women.
Smears reported under Bethesda system by reputable pathologists
Colposcopy – All abnormal Pap smears are followed
by Colposcopy for more definite diagnosis and specific treatment
Electro surgical procedures (LOOP / LEEP procedures), Cone
biopsies and cryosurgery as needed.
* Sonohystogram and office hysteroscopy as necessary
with directed biopsy procedure
Screened by ultrasound and Doppler studies
Biochemical and imaging modalities for ovarian malignancies
Mammography and high definition ultrasound imaging
Biochemical tests and Stool occult blood, endoscopy