Learn about vaginal cancer, its types, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis and care at the Northwell Health Cancer Institute.
Vaginal cancer occurs when abnormal cells grow out of control in the vagina. The vagina, also called the birth canal, goes from the uterus to the outside of the body.
Learn more about vaginismus, a disorder that often inhibits intimacy, and our treatment approach at Northwell Health.
Varicose veins are bloated, twisted veins that can be seen just under the skin. Any vein may become varicose but it most commonly occurs in the legs.
Vasculitis is a term that refers to several different conditions, all of which involve inflammation and/or damage to the blood vessels, ranging from moderate to severe...
Venous disease refers to a group of diseases that damage veins causing valves to not close completely, enabling blood to leak backward or flow in both directions.Venous diseases include varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
Ventricular septal defect (VSD) is a common structural heart disease that can be present at birth: a hole or defect in the septum (wall) that divides the two lower chambers of the heart (ventricles).
Vulvar cancer occur when abnormal cells grow out of control in the vulva. The vulva includes the lips of the vagina, the sensitive tissue between those lips called the clitoris, and the opening of the vagina.
Learn about vulvar cancer, its risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis and care at the Northwell Health Cancer Institute.
Most vulvar disorders are skin conditions. They often produce similar symptoms, but the causes, risks and treatments can vary greatly in severity.