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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 13, Number 2, March 2003

The role of steroid contraceptive hormones in the pathogenesis of invasive cervical cancer: A review
pp. 103-110(8)
Authors: *, M. Moodley; *, J. Moodley; †, R. Chetty; ‡, C. S. Herrington

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CA125 levels are a weak predictor of optimal cytoreductive surgery in patients with advanced epithelial ovarian cancer
pp. 120-124(5)
Authors: Memarzadeh, S.; Lee, S. B.; Berek, J. S.; Farias-Eisner, R.

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Distant metastases in ovarian carcinoma
pp. 125-129(5)
Authors: Cormio, G.; Rossi, C.; Cazzolla, A.; Resta, L.; Loverro, G.; Greco, P.; Selvaggi, L.

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Gemcitabine combined with cisplatin as first-line treatment in patients 60 years or older with epithelial ovarian cancer: a phase II study
pp. 130-137(8)
Authors: Bauknecht, T.; Hefti, A.; Morack, G.; Villena-Heinsen, C.; Wallwiener, D.; Elling, D.; Minckwitz, G. V.; Mansouri, K.; Blatter, J.; Breitbach, G. P.

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The use of continuous infusion topotecan in persistent and recurrent ovarian cancer
pp. 138-141(4)
Authors: Elkas, J. C.; Holschneider, C. H.; Katz, B.; Li, A. J.; Louie, R.; Mcgonigle, K. F.; Berek, J. S.

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Weekly paclitaxel in patients with recurrent or persistent advanced ovarian cancer
pp. 142-147(6)
Authors: Ghamande, S.; Lele, S.; Marchetti, D.; Baker, T.; Odunsi, K.

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Polymorphism at the −308‐promoter position of the tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) gene and cervical cancer
pp. 148-153(6)
Authors: Stanczuk, G. A.; Sibanda, E. N.; Tswana, S. A.; Bergstrom, S.

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Association of human papillomavirus viral load with HPV16 and high-grade intraepithelial lesion
pp. 154-158(5)
Authors: Abba, M. C.; Mourón, S. A.; Gómez, M. A.; Dulout, F. N.; Golijow, C. D.

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Is bacterial vaginosis associated with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia?
pp. 159-163(5)
Authors: Boyle, D. C. M.; Barton, S. E.; Uthayakumar, S.; Hay, P. E.; Pollock, J. W.; Steer, P. J.; Smith, J. R.

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Phase III randomized pilot study comparing interferon α- 2b in combination with radiation therapy versus radiation therapy alone in patients with stage III-B carcinoma of the cervix
pp. 164-169(6)
Authors: Yazigi, R.; Aliste, G.; Torres, R.; Ciudad, A. M.; Cuevas, M.; Garrido, J.; Prado, S.; Solá, A.; Castillo, R.; Cerda, B.; Cumsille, M. A.; González, M.; Navarro, C.; Reyes, J. M.

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Use of small pelvic field instead of whole pelvic field in postoperative radiotherapy for node-negative, high-risk stages I and II cervical squamous cell carcinoma
pp. 170-176(7)
Authors: *, K. Ohara; †, H. Tsunoda; †, M. Nishida; *, S. Sugahara; *, T. Hashimoto; *, Y. Shioyama; *, K. Hasezawa; †, H. Yoshikawa; †, Y. Akine; ‡, Y. Itai

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Simple hysterectomy in the presence of invasive cervical cancer in Iran
pp. 177-181(5)
Authors: Behtash, N.; Mousavi, A.; Mohit, M.; Modares, M.; Khanafshar, N.; Hanjani, P.

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Intraoperative sentinel node identification with Technetium-99m-labeled nanocolloid in patients with cancer of the uterine cervix: A feasibility study
pp. 182-186(5)
Authors: *, P. A. Van Dam; *, J. Hauspy; *, T. vanderheyden; *, H. Sonnemans; *, A. Spaepen; †, G. Eggenstein; ‡, L. Dirix; *, L. Verkinderen

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Radiofrequency bipolar coagulation for radical hysterectomy: Technique, feasibility and complications
pp. 187-191(5)
Authors: Ercoli, A.; Fagotti, A.; Malzoni, M.; Ferrandina, G.; Susini, T.; Malzoni, C.; Scambia, G.

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Multivariate independent prognostic factors in endometrial carcinoma: A clinicopathologic study in 181 patients: 10 years experience at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Mainz University
pp. 197-203(7)
Authors: Steiner, E.; Eicher, O.; Sagemüller, J.; Schmidt, M.; Pilch, H.; Tanner, B.; Hengstler, J. G.; Hofmann, M.; Knapstein, P.G.

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Prognostic value of age and histologic type in neoadjuvant chemotherapy plus radical surgery for bulky (≥4 cm) stage IB and IIA cervical carcinoma
pp. 204-211(8)
Authors: Huang, H. -J.; Chang, T. -C.; Hong, J. -H.; Tseng, C. -J.; Chou, H. -H.; Huang, K. -G.; Lai, C. -H.

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The role of omentectomy during the surgical staging of uterine serous carcinoma
pp. 212-215(4)
Authors: Gehrig, P. A.; Van Le, L.; Fowler, W. C.

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A pilot study of topotecan in the treatment of serous carcinoma of the uterus
pp. 216-222(7)
Authors: Chambers, J. T.; Rutherford, T. J.; Schwartz, P. E.; Carcangiu, M. L.; Chambers, S. K.; Baker, L.

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Hysteroscopy does not increase the risk of microscopic extrauterine spread in endometrial carcinoma
pp. 223-227(5)
Authors: Selvaggi, L.; Cormio, G.; Ceci, O.; Loverro, G.; Cazzolla, A.; Bettocchi, S.

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Gestational trophoblastic syndrome: An audit of 112 patients. A South African experience
pp. 234-239(6)
Authors: Moodley, M.; Tunkyi, K.; Moodley, J.

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Expression of cadherins, p53, and BCL2 in small cell carcinomas of the cervix: Potential tumor suppressor role for N-cadherin
pp. 240-243(4)
Authors: *, T. A. Zarka; †, A. C. Han; ‡, M. I. Edelson *; ‡, N. G. Rosenblum *

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Announcement of healthy baby boy born following abdominal radical trachelectomy
pp. 249-249(1)
Authors: Palfalvi, L.; Ungar, L.; Boyle, D.C.M.; Del Priore, G.; Smith, J. R.

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A Cat Named Darwin
pp. 250-250(1)
Author: Jordan, William

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