Author(s): Pratt JH, Jefferies JA
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Abstract During a 25-year period on one service at the Mayo Clinic, 262 cervical stumps were removed surgically: 208 vaginally and 54 abdominally. In this series, 46 patients had malignancy of the cervical stump. When a cervical stump is present, it most often can be expeditiously removed during the course of additional vaginal repairs with extremely few risks and complications, and low morbidity.
This article was published in Obstet Gynecol
and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy