Diagnosis of Vaginal cancer is comprises of various imaging tests and technique. If you are not know about the Vagina cancer then first visit this page; what is Vaginal cancer?
Vagina cancer is a very rare type of cancer less than a few hundred are diagnosed in the UK each year. There are usually two types of this cancer, primary vaginal cancer in which the cancer developed in the vagina and secondary which is the most common where the cancer has spread from elsewhere in the body.
The causes behind this type of cancer are unknown however it is known that it cannot be passed onto others. The typical symptoms are bleeding from the vagina, pain and problems with passing urine, although it should be noted these symptoms could relate to other conditions so consulting a doctor is always advised.