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(Vulvar lesions)
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  • Granular cell tumor: A report of three cases and review of literature. [Journal Article]
  • CBCancer Biomark 2018 Aug 28
  • Cui Y, Tong SS, … Li HT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Granular cell tumors are rare tumors derived from the nerve sheath, are mostly benign tumors, and the incidence of malignancy is 2%. The gold standard for diagnosis of granular cell tumor is histopathology. Granular cell tumor is not sensitive to radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and needs to be surgically removed. Since this disease may have no solid lesions and tumor cells can infiltrate local tissues, based on the full excision of the lesion, the extent of resection may be extended to areas without infiltration. This disease has a possibility of recurrence, and patients need to be followed-up.
  • Quality of Life and Sexual Functioning After Vulvar Reconstruction With the Lotus Petal Flap. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Gynecol Cancer 2018 Aug 29
  • Hellinga J, Te Grootenhuis NC, … Stenekes MW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients who underwent vulvar reconstructive surgery with lotus petal flaps seem to have a lower QoL compared with healthy women. Patients report more pain during sexual activity but are satisfied about their sexual functioning. These results should be included in preoperative counseling and follow-up of future patients eligible for vulvar reconstruction with a lotus petal flap.
  • Impact of sentinel node approach in gynecologic cancer on training needs. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Minim Invasive Gynecol 2018 Aug 20
  • Kumar A, Wallace SA, … Langstraat CL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sentinel lymph node biopsy for endometrial and vulvar cancer will play an increasing role in practice, and coincident with this will be a dramatic decrease in pelvic, para-aortic and inguinofemoral lymphadenectomies. The declining numbers will require new strategies to maintain competency in our specialty. New approaches to surgical training and continued medical education will be necessary to ensure adequate training for fellows and young faculty across gynecologic surgery.
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