Cervical Cancer: Risk Factors, Pathophysiology, Symptoms, Staging, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

In stage II, cervical cancer has spread to the upper two-thirds of the vagina or to the tissue around the uterus.
Stage II is subdivided based on how far the cancer has spread.In stage III, cervical cancer has spread to the lower third of the vagina and/or to the pelvic wall, and/or has caused kidney problems, and/or involves lymph nodes.
Stage III is subdivided based on how far the cancer has spread.n stage IV, cervical cancer has spread beyond the pelvis, or has spread to the lining of the bladder or rectum, or has spread to other parts of the body.
Stage IV is subdivided into stages IVA and IVB, based on where the cancer has spread.