Tailoring parametrectomy for early cervical cancer (Stage IA-IIA FIGO): a review on surgical, oncologic outcome and sexual function
Minerva ginecologica | 1 Dec 2020
F Plotti, F Ficarola, G Messina, C Terranova, R Montera, F Guzzo, C De Cicco Nardone, G Rossini, T Schirò, A Gatti, D Luvero, L Feole and R Angioli
Cervical cancer is currently one of the most common cancers afflicting the female population worldwide and in industrialized countries the presence of screening and a specific diagnostic and therapeutic process has favored early diagnosis of cervical cancer. In literature have found that reducing the radicality on the parametria in early cervical cancer (ECC), reduces complications without impacting oncological outcomes, but the data in the literature are not yet clear.
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