Collision Tumors of the Cervix – A Case Series: Its Clinical Significance in the Management of an Early Stage Disease
Majority of cervical cancer are squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. The co-existence of two histologic types is rare. This article presents three cases of collision tumors of the cervix within a 10-year review. All underwent radical hysterectomy for an early stage disease. Likewise, it aims to review clinicopathologic features, management, response to treatment and prognosis of these types of tumor in the light of recent literature.