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EP240 Predictor factors of lymph node metastases in cervical cancer
  1. H Akilli1,
  2. B Tunc2,
  3. YA Tohma1,
  4. K Esra3 and
  5. A Ayhan3
  1. 1Gynecology and Obstetrics
  2. 2Baskent University Faculty of Medicine
  3. 3Gynecology and Obstetrics, Division of Gynecologic Oncology, Baskent University Faculty of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey


Introduction/Background The goal of the study was to evaluate risk factors of lymph node metastases ın cervical cancer.

Methodology This retrospective cohort study was done in Baskent University School l of medicine Ankara Turkey.352 cervical cancer patients operated in our clinic was evaluated,all patients underwent radical hysterectomy plus pelvic paraaortic lymhadenectomy.

Results Median age of entire cohort was 50 years (23–81).281 (78,1%) of cases were SCC,38 (10,8%) were adenocancer and and 33 (9,4%) were adenosquamous cancer. Median tumor size was 3,5 cm (1–10 cm) Of 352 patients 136 (% 37,8) patients had positive lymh node metastases.After univariant analayses,factors affecting lymh node involvement were subjected to multivariant cox - regression analyses and LVSİ,Parametrial invasion and tumor size were found to be ındependent risk factors.

Conclusion LVSi,parametrial invasion and having Tumor size ≥4 cm are the independent factors affecting lymh node metastases in cervical cancer.

Disclosure Nothing to disclose.

Abstract EP240 Table 1

Multivariant cox-regression analyses of factors affecting lymh node involvement

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