In most cases of vaginal cancer, cancerous cell growth occurs in the lining of the vagina. Our Gynecologic Oncology team has expertise in using the most advanced treatment methods and technologies available to treat vaginal cancer.
There are many forms of vaginitis, a vaginal condition associated with itchiness, pain and discharge. We are experts in diagnosing and treating all types of vaginitis.
Our experts have the specialized expertise to help reduce the pain, swelling and severity of varicose veins.
Our expert physicians treat vascular malformations such as arteriovenous malformation, the most common of blood vessel abnormalities.
Our experts provide diagnosis and treatment for a vesicoureteral reflux (VUR), a condition that occurs when the direction of urination is reversed.
While there is no existing treatment for viral hepatitis, our physicians are experienced in diagnosing and treating all known types of hepatitis with the goal of reducing symptoms and preventing serious complications.
Over time, repeated abuse of the vocal cords can result in vocal cord nodules that usually grow on each vocal cord, polyps that can also appear on one or both of your vocal cords, or cysts, benign growths on the vocal cords that can affect the voice.
A condition in which the vocal cords cannot move and affects your ability to speak, breathe or sometimes swallow is known as vocal cord paralysis.
A stiffening of the vocal folds that can affect voice, you may be experiencing hoarseness, with sore or tight neck muscles while trying to speak.
If you are diagnosed with vulvar cancer, a type of cancer that develops on the outer surface of the female genitalia, we will provide a thorough evaluation and devise a treatment plan based on your medical and personal needs.