Figure 3: This column graph presents the percentage of patients who underwent lymphadenectomy among five of the six chosen index large case-based series of Bansal et al.[8], Garg et al. [10], Garg et al. [11], Nemani et al. [12], and Wright et al. [13]. Clayton Smith et al. [9] is not included as this data was not provided. This graph demonstrates that despite convincing evidence indicating the importance of lymphadenectomy as part of surgical treatment of uterine carcinosarcomas, a substantial proportion of patients do not undergo lymph-node dissection.