Metastasen in der Cervix uteri

Metastases to the uterine cervix is an extremely uncommon with near to nothing publications in radiological literature at the time of writing. Generally, invasion of the uterine cervix (i.e. from vaginal and primary uterine malignancies) are excluded in its definition. There have been occasional case reports of cervical metastases with the following primary sites:

The presence of cervical invasion is an important parameter in determining the stage of neighboring malignancies.

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