Journal article // Eureka: Health Sciences






Fertility-sparing Hysterotomy in Malignant Trophoblastic Tumours Treatment
Nataliya Tsip

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Abstract

The aim is to improve treatment efficacy and life quality of patients with Malignant trophoblastic tumours. Fertility-sparing hysterotomy with uterine reconstruction was carried in 16 patients aged of 17 to 32 years: 2 cases due to urgent and 13 – due to planned indications.On the basis of research, the indications for the urgent and planned fertility-sparing hysterotomy with uterine reconstruction in patients with Malignant trophoblastic tumours were formulated. No postoperative complications. Steady remission in all cases. Follow up from 1 to 17 years (averaged 9.2 years).1. Localized uterine resection with uterine reconstruction – the method of choice in Malignant trophoblastic tumours surgical treatment;2. Fertility-sparing hysterotomy with uterine reconstruction is only possible in centers which are experienced in the complex multimodality treatment of gestational trophoblastic neoplasms;3. Basic requirement of fertility-sparing surgery is beginning adjuvant chemotherapy as soon as possible.

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