Author(s): Ayhan A, Yalin OT, Tuncer ZS, Grgan T, Kkali T
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Abstract This study includes 29 patients with synchronous primary malignancies of the female genital tract. These patients constituted 1.7\% of all genital malignancies. The most frequently observed synchronous neoplasms were those of the ovary together with the endometrium (51.7\%). Most patients had early-stage and low-grade disease. Stage I disease was observed in 68.1\% of patients with ovarian cancer. Patients with synchronous ovarian and endometrial cancer had a 73.3\% 5-year survival rate, suggesting a favorable prognosis.
This article was published in Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol
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