Uterine sarcomas--recent progress and future challenges.

  title={Uterine sarcomas--recent progress and future challenges.},
  author={Beatrice M. Seddon and Reena Davda},
  journal={European journal of radiology},
  volume={78 1},
Uterine sarcomas are a group of rare tumours that provide considerable challenges in their treatment. Radiological diagnosis prior to hysterectomy is difficult, with the diagnosis frequently made post-operatively. Current staging systems have been unsatisfactory, although a new FIGO staging system specifically for uterine sarcomas has now been introduced, and may allow better grouping of patients according to expected prognosis. While the mainstay of treatment of early disease is a total… CONTINUE READING


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