Case Reports in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Radical Abdominal Trachelectomy for IB1 Cervical Cancer at 17 Weeks of Gestation: A Case Report and Literature Review

Table 1

Obstetrical and oncological outcome of radical abdominal trachelectomy during pregnancy reported in the literature.

Number Stage HistologyRadical abdominal trachelectomy outcome Pregnancy outcome Cancer prognosis Author, year
GA at surgeryUterine arteryNumber of removed LNsOperation time (h)Blood loss (mL)

1IB1SCC7 wPreservedNANANAAbortion (7 w)NED (median 40 months, range, 10–54 months) Ungr et al., 2006 [7]
2IB1SCC8 wPreservedNANANAAbortion (8 w)
3IB1SCC9 wPreservedNANANAC/S (38 w), 3220 g, a girl
4IB1SCC13 wPreservedNANANAAbortion (15 w)Number 1–5Number 1–5
5IA2SCC18 wPreservedNANANAC/S (39 w), 2980 g, a boy

6IB1SCC19 wNANA5450C/S, PROM (36 w), 2580 g, a boyNED (16 months)Mandic et al., 2009 [1]
7IB1Lymphoepithelial15 wLt. ligated93.51600C/S (39 w)NAAbu-Rustum et al., 2010 [8]
8IB2SCC22 wBil. ligatedNANA200IUFD (22 w), Placenta: hypoxic change NAKarateke et al., 2010 [9]
9IB1SCC15 wRt. ligated167.51200C/S (37 w), 2584 g, a girlNED (12 months)Enomoto et al., 2011 [10]
10IB1SCC17 wPreserved136.32510C/S (38 w), 2970 g, a girlNED (10 months)Present case

GA: gestational age; SCC: squamous cell carcinoma; C/S: cesarean section; PROM: premature rupture of membrane; NED: no evidence of disease; NA: not addressed; LNs: lymph nodes.

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