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Upper Vaginectomy Versus Brachytherapy in Patients With Early Stage Endometrial Cancer Treated With Laparoscopic Surgery

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Last updated:14th Dec 2011
Recent findings have suggested that laparoscopic surgery is safe and effective, as well as laparotomic one, for treating patients with early stage endometrial cancer (ESEC). Moreover, our long-term previous data have shown a trend in vaginal cuff recurrence in subjects who underwent laparoscopic approach to ESEC consisting of extrafascial hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, pelvic +/- para-aortic nodes dissections, regardless grading or lymphovascular space invasion. Based on these considerations, the aim of the current protocol-study will be to compare two different strategies for vaginal cuff recurrences prevention in patients affected by ESEC treated with laparoscopic surgery. In particular, upper vaginectomy followed by observation will be compared to post-operative brachytherapy.
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Study start date 2011-12-14

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