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Totally up-to-date and revised, the second one variation of An Atlas of Gynecologic Oncology offers an entire description of the investigative and surgeries performed via the gynecologic oncologist. Key good points of this significant textual content include:a functional advisor to more than a few operative and investigative procedurescontributions from foreign opinion leaders over 450 color illustrations

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There is irregular interface between the mass and the left myometrium suggesting inner myometrial invasion. inferior to MRI in this regard. In locally advanced disease, CT may show the involvement of parametrial structures and pelvic sidewalls. In addition, CT is useful in detecting enlarged pelvic as well as para-aortic lymph nodes, peritoneal, and omental disease in the abdomen and distant metastases in the liver, lung, bones, and brain. CT can detect enlarged lymph nodes generally based on the size criterion and this may help plan management pre-operatively, if the surgeons are contemplating doing lymph node dissection.

Staples may be removed from low tension, transverse incisions in seven days. For vertical incisions that are under increased tension, particularly in the obese, staples should remain in place for up to 14 days despite the increased scarring that can develop at the staple sites when they remain in place beyond 7 to 10 days. Tapes such as Steri-strips are placed across the wound following removal of staples to reduce tension on the skin edges. Alternatives to standard staples for large wounds or those under mild tension are subcuticular stitches or use of co-polymer subcutaneous staples that are absorbed over several months and therefore do not need to be removed.

Leakage from small bowel anastomoses occurs in up to 3% cases whereas the risk rises to up to 20% for colorectal anastomoses. Patients with perforation or free anastomotic leaks allowing soiling throughout the peritoneum present with fever, tachycardia, increasing abdominal pain, and acute abdominal signs such as guarding and rebound tenderness. In the immediate postoperative period, intra-abdominal free air detected by X-ray will not be diagnostic. Septic shock with hypotension and end-organ dysfunction can rapidly ensue.

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