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Korean J Gynecol Oncol Colposc. 1993 Jun;4(2):38-47. Korean. Original Article.
Baik SK , Yang SH , Jeon HW , Kim JH , Song YS , Kang SB , Lee HP .

Treatment of pelvic malignancy persistent or recurrent after surgery, radiation therapy or chemot-herapy presents a difficult therayeutie challenge. Those patients with central recurrence can be considered as candidate for radical resection. However we must consider many factors for the choice of treatment modality for advanced or recurrent pelvic rnalignancy as follows; the size and location of the recurrent cancer, dose of radiation therapy given, general conditions of the patient and the experience of the surgeon. Pelvie exenteration, when appropriate, is suecessful treatment for recurrent or persistent pelvic malignancy; 5-year survivai has been reported to be as high as 50%. We experienced seven cases of pelvic exepteration for pelvic malignancy between Mar. 1990 and Feb. 1993, Accordingly we present the cases with a brief review of the literatures. Seung Kew Baik, et al..: PeIlvic Exenteration in Treatment of Pelvic Malignancy: 3 Years Experience

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