Total Pelvic Supralevator Exenteration with Ileo-Colic Orthotopic Neobladder for Locoregional Recurrence after Cervical Cancer - A Case ReportNicolae Bacalbaşa, Irina Bălescu, Vladislav Braşoveanu
Clinical case, no. 1, 2016
Pelvic exenteration is one of the most aggressive surgical interventions in gynaecologic surgical oncology, but, in the same time, is the only potentially curative treatment of locoregional recurrence after cervical cancer. Due to improvements in surgical technique and postoperative management, the overall survival increased signifficantly in the last decades. Trying to improve the quality of life, multiple models of reconstruction of urinary and digestive tract have been developed. In this report we present the case of a 51 years old female who underwent a total supralevator exenteration with ileo colic neobladder reconstruction with good oncologic and functional outcomes.