The Undiagnosed Gynecology Clinic has dedicated experts who focus exclusively on detecting cancers that affect the female reproductive system.
The clinic is open to women who have had an abnormal test result from their annual well-woman exam. We will perform additional tests or determine if treatment may be needed. The clinic is also open to women with symptoms of gynecologic cancers.
Gynecologic cancers include:
- Cervical cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Uterine or endometrial cancer
- Fallopian tube cancer
- Vaginal cancer
- Vulvar cancer
We provide diagnostic services for the following gynecologic health issues:
- Abnormal Pap or HPV test
- Abnormal findings on pelvic ultrasound, CT scan or MRI
- Bleeding not related to menstrual periods in women 40 and older
Cancer detection specialists will evaluate your test results or symptoms to determine if there is a concern for cancer. Depending on the results of the evaluation, you may be seen in the Cancer Prevention Center or the Gynecologic Oncology Center. We collaborate closely with that team to provide the most accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Prepare for a successful visit
If you’ve had abnormal Pap or HPV test, ultrasound, CT or MRI results, please bring those test results and images with you, or have your doctor send them to us. Those results will help our team provide a more accurate diagnosis.
Depending on the information that has been received, further diagnostic testing, including imaging or biopsies, may be done. You may want to wear two-piece clothing so that it will be easier to dress and undress.
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