RESEARCH

CLEAR CELL ADENOCARCINOMA OF CERVIX: RADICAL TRACHELECTOMY TO PRESERVE THE FERTILITY

ADVANCES IN ONCOLOGY RESEARCH AND TREATMENTS

Autores:
Antoni Llueca, Jose Luis Herraiz, Dolors Piquer, Yasmine Maazouzzi and Carmen Medina.

Carcinoma of the uterine cervix is a common gynecologic malignant neoplasm all over the world. The most common histological type of malignant cervical neoplasms is squamous cell carcinoma.

Clear cell adenocarcinomas (CCAC) of the uterine cervix is a rare disease accounting for only 4% of all adenocarcinomas of the uterine cervix.

Primary CCAC of the uterine cervix is a rare neoplastic entity which occurs in young women exposed to DES in utero; primary CCAC without DES exposure in utero is extremely rare.

Here we report a 23- years-old Spanish female with primary CCA of the uterine cervix with no maternal history of DES ingestion during pregnancy.

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INVESTIGACIÓN

CLEAR CELL ADENOCARCINOMA OF CERVIX: RADICAL TRACHELECTOMY TO PRESERVE THE FERTILITY

ADVANCES IN ONCOLOGY RESEARCH AND TREATMENTS

Autores:
Antoni Llueca, Jose Luis Herraiz, Dolors Piquer, Yasmine Maazouzzi and Carmen Medina.

Carcinoma of the uterine cervix is a common gynecologic malignant neoplasm all over the world. The most common histological type of malignant cervical neoplasms is squamous cell carcinoma.

Clear cell adenocarcinomas (CCAC) of the uterine cervix is a rare disease accounting for only 4% of all adenocarcinomas of the uterine cervix.

Primary CCAC of the uterine cervix is a rare neoplastic entity which occurs in young women exposed to DES in utero; primary CCAC without DES exposure in utero is extremely rare.

Here we report a 23- years-old Spanish female with primary CCA of the uterine cervix with no maternal history of DES ingestion during pregnancy.

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Multidisciplinariedad en cirugía para un mejor resultado