Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 3rd, 2008
"Clinically, the primary lesion was a T4 tumor infiltrating to the bladder neck, vagina, and vulva. Computed tomography did not detect any inguinal lymph node swelling or metastases to other sites. We selected radical extirpation, including cystectomy, ureterostomy, and bilateral inguinal and pelvic lymph node dissection," wrote T. Yoshizawa and colleagues, Nihon University, Medical Department.
The researchers concluded: "Although she...
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