Correlation Between MRI, Frozen Section and Histopathological Findings In Carcinoma Endometrium
|Submitted by :||Dr. Namrita Sheregar|
|University:||National Board of Examinations|
|Supervisor's Name :||Dr. Yogesh Kulkarni|
|Year of award :||2014|
|Awards :||Doctor of Philosophy|
Introduction: Endometrial carcinoma is the most common pelvic gynecological malignancy in industrialized countries and the incidence is increasing.Treatment and prognosis depends on a number of factors, including stage, depth of myometrial invasion, cervical extension, lymphovascular invasion, histologic grade and nodal status. Deep (more than 50%) myometrial infiltration is an indication for pelvic and para aortic nodal dissection as an adjunct to hysterectomy and salpingo-opherectomy. Lymphadenectomy for early stage (stage 1) endometrial cancer remains controversial.
Aims and Objectives: To correlate between preoperative MRI, intraoperative Frozen section and postoperative Histopathologi...
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