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Pelvic oncology involves the diagnosis and treatment of cancers of the organs in the lower part of your body.
A DXA scan can help to diagnose osteoporosis or identify if you are at risk of developing it in the future. It can also be used to detect other bone disorders and conditions, such as osteopenia, brittle bone disease, and osteomalacia.
A CT scan is used to produce internal cross-sectional images of the body. The images aid the detection of disease and injury, allowing effective treatment planning.
A colonoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside of the large bowel (colon) using a flexible telescope.
Colorectal screening is available to asymptomatic patients with a family history of bowel cancer.
If your cervical smear test indicates abnormal cells are present your consultant may recommend a colposcopy.
A cone biopsy is performed to investigate abnormal cells in your cervix.
Cytology is a form of pathology that diagnoses diseases and abnormalities at a cell level using a microscope.
Family history screening may be done for a number of reasons including a family history of cancers or heart disease.
A flexible sigmoidoscopy is a procedure to look at the inside your sigmoid colon (last one-third of your colon) and rectum using a flexible telescope.
A small sample of cells may be taken from the lining of your womb, cervix or vagina by a gynaecologist or specialist nurse.
To fully examine the inside of your uterus (womb) your consultant may recommend a hysteroscopy.
An MRI is a type of scan that creates detailed images of the inside of your body. Your doctor or healthcare professional has recommended an MRI scan because it is the best way to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition.
The ovaries are part of the female reproductive system and sit either side of the womb.
Many men from the age of 50 upwards experience bladder discomfort as a result of an enlarged prostate gland.
A smear test, or cervical screening, is used to detect abnormal cells in your cervix (the entrance to your womb).
Also known as a testicular screen, this ultrasound can help diagnose medical conditions in the testicles.
An X-ray machine produces images of the inside of the body. It is effective in assessing bones and other dense structures within the body.
Chemotherapy is the use of chemicals or drugs (cytotoxic agents) in the treatment of cancer.
LLETZ is a common procedure used to remove abnormal cells from the cervix.
Palliative care is a medical and nursing speciality that focus on controlling symptoms and providing support for patients, and their families with any serious illness.
A prostate resection involves removing prostate tissue to relieve the pressure on your urethra.
Prostate surgery involves reducing the size of the prostate gland.
Radiotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses high-energy particles or waves, such as X-rays, gamma rays or protons, to destroy or damage cancer cells. Radiotherapy can also sometimes be given in combination with chemotherapy.