Background. The priority area of modern oncology is to develop and introduce organ-sparing treatments for patients of reproductive age. Case report. The paper describes a case of successful implementation of reproductive function in a patient with invasive cervical cancer after laparoscopic radical trachelectomy using high-tech diagnostic and treatment techniques. The sentinel lymph nodes were detected applying the innovative radiopharmaceutical Alotech by means of a Rad Pointer laparoscopic gamma scanner. A uterine obturator was intraoperatively formed usinga titanium nickelide shape memory implant. The result of the study was a full-term pregnancy and successful delivery via cesarean section. Conclusion. The recommendations for a follow-up and delivery were formulated in this category of patients.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology