Uterine cervical tumor metastases and their treatment.

Abstract

Uterine cervical carcinoma is a locoregional disease. However, particularly in advanced stages, in the presence of N+ and pelvic relapse, it may produce secondary lesions located far from it. In our case series, consisting of 473 portio carcinomas treated at the Institute of Radiology of the U.C.S.C., we found distant metastases in 6.76% of the cases. This… (More)

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