Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 25th, 2000
Such a policy could possibly have a beneficial effect relative to patient prognosis, according to G.G. Kenter and fellow associates.
Kenter et al. conducted a retrospective study of cervical cancer patients where lymph node metastasis was involved. Each patient had previously undergone a radical hysterectomy. Positive lymph nodes were found in 63 patients, study authors noted.
Researchers defined complete lymphadenectomy as surgery where lymph...
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