A case of 42-year-oldI kidney transplant patient who developed invasive carcinama of the cervix after immunoauppresawe therepy is reported and the literature related to this diease is revuewed.
The iatmgenic immunosuppresaionn renal transplantation recipients has been associated with increased incidence of malignancy in these patients. In particular, immunosuppressed women are al greater risk of developing cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and buman papillomavirus type 16 or 18 infection.
So, all such individuals are required to receive periodic gynecologic examination before renal transplantation and at regular intervals thereafter so that the development of CIN may be diagnosed at an early Stage and treated effestively.
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