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Mihai Emil Căpîlna, Simona Cristina Rusu, János Bécsi and Mihai Morariu


Introduction: Abdominal radical trachelectomy (ART) for tumors of the uterine cervix can be performed while the pregnancy is ongoing, but the success rates so far are reduced.

Case series presentation: ART was performed in three patients with cervical cancer diagnosed during pregnancy, with a triple aim to offer a radical surgery for cervical cancer, but also to preserve the ongoing pregnancy and fertility. The ART was successful in one patient, and she delivered a healthy baby at term, by cesarean section. The other 2 patients experienced obstetrical complications and lost their pregnancies after ART, but in one of the cases, fertility was preserved.

Conclusions: Radical trachelectomy could be performed as alternative therapy for pregnant women with invasive malignancies of the cervix. This procedure may prevent female patients to lose a much-desired pregnancy, their fertility, as well as their maternity.

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János Bécsi, Béla Szabó, Szilárd Leó Kiss and Mihai Emil Căpîlna


Despite the available effective screening techniques, cervical cancer is the most common genital malignancy in Romania. In patients with isolated pelvic recurrence after radiotherapy, exenteration represents the only chance for curative treatment. We present the case of a 45-year-old patient with a massive pelvic tumour causing intensive, poorly controlled vaginal bleeding, bilateral hydronephrosis and chronic renal failure. She underwent total infralevatorian exenteration with vulvectomy. Postoperative recovery was uneventful, and she presented a good evolution in the two months following surgery. We consider pelvic exenteration as the last treatment option to cure irradiated pelvic tumour recurrences.