Comparison of reoperation rates, perioperative outcomes in women with endometrial cancer when the standard of care shifts from open surgery to laparoscopy

@article{Boosz2014ComparisonOR,
  title={Comparison of reoperation rates, perioperative outcomes in women with endometrial cancer when the standard of care shifts from open surgery to laparoscopy},
  author={Alexander Stephan Boosz and Lothar Haeberle and Stefan Peter Renner and Falk Clemens Thiel and Grit Mehlhorn and Matthias Wilhelm Beckmann and Andreas Mueller},
  journal={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2014},
  volume={290},
  pages={1215-1220}
}
AbstractPurpose To analyze reoperation rates and perioperative outcomes after long-term follow-up of two surgical approaches in the treatment of endometrial cancer when the standard of care shifts from open surgery to laparoscopy at a university hospital.MethodsIn this retrospective monocenter study a total of 267 patients with endometrial cancer were included; 107 women underwent laparoscopy and 160 laparotomy. All of the patients received total hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy… Expand
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