A rare type of cancer which occurs in the uterus of a woman, usually during or after pregnancy, is called Choriocarcinoma. If left untreated, it can spread to the liver or the brain of the person. The common symptoms of this type of cancer are irregular vaginal bleeding and pain. It can be diagnosed by a blood test, CT scan or an MRI. In order to treat this illness, usually a chemotherapy is required. However, very rarely though, radiations and hysterectomy are needed for treatment.
HOW IS CHORIOCARCINOMA DIAGNOSED?
90-95% of the people suffering from Choriocarcinoma get cured.