Fertility sparing surgery in patients with early stage epithelial ovarian cancer: implication of survival analysis and lymphadenectomy

@inproceedings{Kajiyama2014FertilitySS,
  title={Fertility sparing surgery in patients with early stage epithelial ovarian cancer: implication of survival analysis and lymphadenectomy},
  author={Hiroaki Kajiyama},
  booktitle={Journal of gynecologic oncology},
  year={2014}
}
has been optioned in patients with early-stage epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC), if they meet several clinicopathologic criteria. Although a variety of studies have reported the outcomes of patients who have undergone FSS and discussed the appropriateness of candidates for this surgical procedure [1-4], one of the major concerns of FSS is a possible increase in recurrence. Indeed, confining to stage I disease, at least three clinicopathologic categories: the International Federation of… CONTINUE READING

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