Surgical staging and prognosis in serous borderline ovarian tumours (BOT): A subanalysis of the AGO ROBOT study

@inproceedings{Trillsch2015SurgicalSA,
  title={Surgical staging and prognosis in serous borderline ovarian tumours (BOT): A subanalysis of the AGO ROBOT study},
  author={Fabian Trillsch and Sven Mahner and Eik Vettorazzi and Linn Woelber and Alexander Reu{\ss} and Kristin Baumann and M D Keyver-Paik and Ulrich Canzler and Kerstin Wollschlaeger and Dirk Michael Forner and Jacobus Pfisterer and Wolfgang Schr{\"o}der and Karsten Muenstedt and Benjamin Richter and Christina Fotopoulou and Barbara Schmalfeldt and Alexander Burges and Nina Ewald-Riegler and Nikolaus de Gregorio and Felix Hilpert and Tanja N. Fehm and Werner P. Meier and Peter Hillemanns and Lars Christian Hanker and Annette Hasenburg and H G Strauss and Martin Hellriegel and Pauline Wimberger and Stefan Kommoss and Friedrich Kommoss and Steffen Hauptmann and Andreas Du Bois},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2015}
}
Background:Incomplete surgical staging is a negative prognostic factor for patients with borderline ovarian tumours (BOT). However, little is known about the prognostic impact of each individual staging procedure.Methods:Clinical parameters of 950 patients with BOT (confirmed by central reference pathology) treated between 1998 and 2008 at 24 German AGO centres were analysed. In 559 patients with serous BOT and adequate ovarian surgery, further recommended staging procedures (omentectomy… CONTINUE READING

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