Introduction/Background The abstract is devoted to the improvement of treatment effectiveness and quality of life (QL) of the patients with infiltrative cervical cancer (ICC) by improving radical hysterectomy via using nerve-sparing method.
Methodology The study is based on analysis of 120 patients with ICC cured during the last 10 years and prospective data on clinical observation and treatment results of 90 patients with ICC treated in the Department of Oncogynecology of National Cancer Institute in 2012–2017 by nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy (NSRE, the main group, n=45), and radical hysterectomy III (RHE III, the control group, n=45).
Results The conduction of NSRE in the patients with ICC has allowed to decrease significantly the rate of complications of genitourinary system: difficulty with urinary bladder emptying in RHE III group was significantly increased compared with NSRE group (3,93±0,06) and (1,09±0,04) (p<0,05); dyspareunia - (4,69±0,07) and (2,87±0,07) (p<0,05).
Conclusion The data mentioned above evidence on high effectiveness of nerve-sparing technologies for treatment of patients with ICC and their positive influence on the QL.
Disclosure Nothing to disclose.
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