Invasive cervical cancer and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection are an epidemic in South Africa. Most HIV-infected patients with cervical cancer present with late-stage disease. Whilst the literature describes the outcome of such women with preneoplastic cervical lesions, the management of early-stage invasive cervical cancer and HIV is lacking. We present our experience with such patients
- HIV cervical cancer
- radical hysterectomy
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