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854 Navigating the uncharted territories of rare onco-gynecological disorders: insights into gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, sarcomas, and mucinous ovarian tumors
  1. Gigi Gorgadze1,
  2. Nino Kikvadze1 and
  3. Mariam Gablishvili2
  1. 1Tbilisi State Medical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
  2. 2Institute of Clinical Oncology, Tbilisi, Georgia


Introduction/Background Rare onco-gynecological disorders, a heterogeneous group within gynecological malignancies, present clinicians with unique diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas owing to their infrequency and diverse clinical presentations. This abstract offers a comprehensive exploration of specific rare entities, including gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, sarcomas of the female reproductive tract, and mucinous ovarian tumors, aiming to deepen our understanding of these uncommon conditions.

Methodology A meticulous review of the latest literature, comprising case studies, clinical reports, and research articles, was conducted to garner nuanced insights into the epidemiology, clinical characteristics, diagnostic challenges, and evolving treatment paradigms associated with gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, sarcomas, and mucinous ovarian tumors.

Results Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, ranging from hydatidiform moles to choriocarcinomas, represents a spectrum of trophoblastic lesions unique to reproductive-age women. The diagnostic landscape involves intricate histopathological evaluations, supported by molecular markers, to discern benign from malignant lesions. Sarcomas of the female reproductive tract, encompassing uterine sarcomas and rare soft tissue sarcomas, present with varied clinical behaviors, necessitating individualized treatment approaches. Surgical interventions coupled with adjuvant therapies underscore the importance of multidisciplinary collaboration. Mucinous ovarian tumors, though infrequent, exhibit distinctive features demanding careful consideration in differential diagnoses, often requiring specialized imaging modalities for accurate characterization.

Conclusion This abstract delves into the complexities of rare onco-gynecological disorders, spotlighting gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, sarcomas, and mucinous ovarian tumors. By elucidating diagnostic intricacies and exploring evolving treatment modalities, this work contributes to a deeper understanding of these less common conditions. The imperative role of precision medicine, multidisciplinary collaboration, and advanced imaging techniques emerges as pivotal in navigating the uncharted territories of rare onco-gynecological disorders, ultimately enhancing the quality of care and outcomes for affected patients.

Disclosures No Disclosures, No conflict of Interest.

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