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Cervical Cancer, Uterine Gas gangrene, Clostridium perfringen, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.
Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers among women and ranks fourth after breast, colorectal, and lung cancer. The incidence of cervical cancer in Indonesia in 2021 in 36,633 cases, with a death rate of 21,003. Gas gangrene is a disease that is identical to the incidence of Type 2 diabetes mellitus with characteristics namely necrosis of the muscles/myonecrosis and is a very lethal infection in network inner tenderness, often caused by gram-positive bacteria such as Clostridium perfringens. Knowing the risk factors for uterine gas gangrene in cervical cancer patients with Type 2 DM. This research is a Systematic Review using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses method or commonly called PRISMA, and this method is carried out systematically by following steps or protocols for proper research. Sources were taken from the PubMed site, and the Google Scholar site with journals published in 2018-2022, and screening was carried out to obtain 17,899 results. Journal clustering was carried out, and the number of journals indexed by Scopus Q1 was 18 journals, Q2 14 journals, and Sinta S1 indexed 2 journals, so 34 journals were extracted. Most journals discuss age and lifestyle related to risk factors for cervical cancer. Risk factors for cervical cancer are determined based on age, HbA1C, lifestyle, and cervical cancer associated with uterine gas gangrene and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus