Number Т. 9, № 3 (35) 2019

Extended hysterectomy (С1 nerve-sparing dissection) in patients with infiltrative cervical cancer

Svintsitsky V.S., Vorobyova L.I., Stakhovsky E.A., Lygyrda N.F., Iatsyna O.I.

Summary. Surgical operations for cervical cancer are often accompanied by disruption of the normal functioning of urinary and reproductive systems. The main cause of these disorders is the surgical trauma of the pelvic autonomic nervous system innervating the urinary and reproductive systems’ organs and are located in the immediate proximity from the area of surgical intervention. The aim of the study was to justify the use of an extended hysterectomy (C1 nerve-sparing dissection) in the clinical practice for treatment of patients with infiltrative cervical cancer and to evaluate the results of such treatment. 20 patients (mean age 32,7±4,9 year) with infiltrative cervical cancer underwent extended hysterectomy (C1 nerve-sparing dissection) in gyneacological oncology department of the National Cancer Institute in 2012. The first experience of extended hysterectomy for treatment of patients with infiltrative cervical cancer shows promising results in reducing the number of early postoperative complications in the urinary system. But for assessment the long-term results of treatment, the frequency of complications and quality of life in these patients further set of clinical data, randomized trials in specialized centers is required.Surgical operations for cervical cancer are often accompanied by disruption of the normal functioning of urinary and reproductive systems. The main cause of these disorders is the surgical trauma of the pelvic autonomic nervous system innervating the urinary and reproductive systems’ organs and are located in the immediate proximity from the area of surgical intervention. The aim of the study was to justify the use of an extended hysterectomy (C1 nerve-sparing dissection) in the clinical practice for treatment of patients with infiltrative cervical cancer and to evaluate the results of such treatment. 20 patients (mean age 32,7±4,9 year) with infiltrative cervical cancer underwent extended hysterectomy (C1 nerve-sparing dissection) in gyneacological oncology department of the National Cancer Institute in 2012. The first experience of extended hysterectomy for treatment of patients with infiltrative cervical cancer shows promising results in reducing the number of early postoperative complications in the urinary system. But for assessment the long-term results of treatment, the frequency of complications and quality of life in these patients further set of clinical data, randomized trials in specialized centers is required.
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