Teuta Shemshedini

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Ovarian cancer remains the leading cause of gynecologic cancer-related deaths in the US. Annually 22,000 new cases are found and 15,500 deaths occur [1]. Most commonly, ovarian cancer is epithelial in origin, and presents in the sixth decade. Invasive mucinous carcinomas, however, are infrequent primary tumors of the ovary, accounting for only 6-10% of all(More)
In the United States, the epidemic of obesity is readily apparent in women diagnosed with endometrial cancer, the most common gynecologic malignancy. Overall, the benefits of minimally invasive surgery and its oncologic outcomes are similar among laparoscopy and robotic approaches. However, in stratifying obese patients by BMI, more data is needed on(More)
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