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Approach to Carcinoma Cervix with pelvic kidney

In Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology
Contributor(s): Hussain S A | Muthusamy V | rajaanu1@rediffmail.com | Ramamurthy R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 1 Issues 4.Publisher: 2010Description: 323-327.Subject(s): Radiotherapy | Radical hysterectomy | Pelvic kidney | Carcinoma cervix | DDC classification: In: Indian Journal of Surgical OncologySummary: To study the management of carcinoma cervix when the patient has an associated pelvic kidney. The simultaneous occurrence of carcinoma cervix and pelvic kidney is rare. It is an interesting scenario where surgery is technically challenging and radiation is difficult since the pelvic kidney lies within the field of radiation. In our department, we treated three cases of cervical carcinoma with pelvic kidney. First case was FIGO IIB treated with external beam radiotherapy followed by radical hysterectomy; second case stage IB1 treated with radical hysterectomy, third case was referred to us after panhysterectomy with carcinoma detected in postoperative histopathological report, and she was treated with external beam radiotherapy. We made an online database search and found few case reports of gynecological malignancies associated with pelvic kidney and reviewed their management. All the three patients are alive and disease free in the last follow up. None of the patients developed uremia. The
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To study the management of carcinoma cervix
when the patient has an associated pelvic kidney. The
simultaneous occurrence of carcinoma cervix and pelvic
kidney is rare. It is an interesting scenario where surgery is
technically challenging and radiation is difficult since the
pelvic kidney lies within the field of radiation. In our
department, we treated three cases of cervical carcinoma with
pelvic kidney. First case was FIGO IIB treated with external
beam radiotherapy followed by radical hysterectomy; second
case stage IB1 treated with radical hysterectomy, third case
was referred to us after panhysterectomy with carcinoma
detected in postoperative histopathological report, and she was
treated with external beam radiotherapy. We made an online
database search and found few case reports of gynecological
malignancies associated with pelvic kidney and reviewed their
management. All the three patients are alive and disease free in
the last follow up. None of the patients developed uremia. The

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