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...
Introduction Aims and Objectives Review of Literature Materials and Methods Observations and Results Discussion Conclusions