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Segmentary ureteral resection followed by ureteroneocystostomy associated with radical hysterectomy and partial cystectomy in a patient with bulky residual disease after chemoirradiation for invasive cervical cancer--a case report.

Bacalbaşa N, Bălescu I - J Med Life (2014 Oct-Dec)

Bottom Line: In some of these cases, local invasion is already present at the moment of diagnosis and even if neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation is performed in some patients, it persists at the moment of surgery.The ureter was then mobilized and reimplanted in the urinary bladder through a neocystostomy.The postoperative course was uneventful.

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Affiliation: "Carol Davila" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania.

ABSTRACT
Cervical cancer represents the second most frequent malignancy in women worldwide, a significant number of cases still being diagnosed in an advanced stage of the disease. In some of these cases, local invasion is already present at the moment of diagnosis and even if neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation is performed in some patients, it persists at the moment of surgery. In these cases, more aggressive surgical procedures are needed in order to obtain a good control of the disease. The case of a 50-year-old patient diagnosed with locally advanced cervical cancer invading the right ureter is presented, in whom this aspect was present even after neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation and in whom a total radical hysterectomy with bilateral en bloc adnexectomy with partial cystectomy and the invaded zone of the right ureter was performed. The ureter was then mobilized and reimplanted in the urinary bladder through a neocystostomy. The postoperative course was uneventful.

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The left ureter entering the urinary bladder, free of any tumoral invasion
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Segmentary ureteral resection followed by ureteroneocystostomy associated with radical hysterectomy and partial cystectomy in a patient with bulky residual disease after chemoirradiation for invasive cervical cancer--a case report.

Bacalbaşa N, Bălescu I - J Med Life (2014 Oct-Dec)

The left ureter entering the urinary bladder, free of any tumoral invasion
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 4: The left ureter entering the urinary bladder, free of any tumoral invasion
Bottom Line: In some of these cases, local invasion is already present at the moment of diagnosis and even if neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation is performed in some patients, it persists at the moment of surgery.The ureter was then mobilized and reimplanted in the urinary bladder through a neocystostomy.The postoperative course was uneventful.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: "Carol Davila" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania.

ABSTRACT
Cervical cancer represents the second most frequent malignancy in women worldwide, a significant number of cases still being diagnosed in an advanced stage of the disease. In some of these cases, local invasion is already present at the moment of diagnosis and even if neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation is performed in some patients, it persists at the moment of surgery. In these cases, more aggressive surgical procedures are needed in order to obtain a good control of the disease. The case of a 50-year-old patient diagnosed with locally advanced cervical cancer invading the right ureter is presented, in whom this aspect was present even after neo-adjuvant chemoirradiation and in whom a total radical hysterectomy with bilateral en bloc adnexectomy with partial cystectomy and the invaded zone of the right ureter was performed. The ureter was then mobilized and reimplanted in the urinary bladder through a neocystostomy. The postoperative course was uneventful.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus