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Malignant Disease: Special Procedures

Staging of Gynecologic Oncology Patients With Exploratory Laparotomy

Subclavian Port-A-Cath 

Peritoneal Port-A-Cath

Application of Vaginal Cylinders for Intracavitary Radiation Therapy

Application of Uterine Afterloading Applicators for Intracavitary RadiationTherapy  

Pelvic High-Dose Afterloader

Abdominal Injection of Chromic Phosphate (32P)

Supracolic Total Omentectomy

Omental Pedicle "J" Flap

Tube Gastrostomy

Total Vaginectomy

Radical Vulvectomy With Bilateral Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection

Reconstruction of the Vulva With Gracilis Myocutaneous Flaps

Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous Flap and Vertical Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous Flap

Radical Wertheim Hysterectomy With Bilateral Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection and With Extension of the Vagina

Anterior Exenteration

Posterior Exenteration

Total Pelvic Exenteration

Colonic "J" Pouch Rectal Reservoir

Kock Pouch Continent Urostomy

Omental "J" Flap Neovagina

Ileocolic Continent Urostomy (Miami Pouch)

Construction of Neoanus Gracilis Dynamic Anal Myoplasty

Skin-Stretching System Versus Skin Grafting

Gastric Pelvic Flap for Augmentation of Continent Urostomy or Neovagina

Control of Hemorrhage in Gynecologic Surgery

Repair of the Punctured Vena Cava

Ligation of a Lacerated Internal Iliac Vein and Suturing of a Lacerated Common Iliac Artery

Hemorrhage Control in Sacrospinous Ligament Suspension of the Vagina

Presacral Space Hemorrhage Control

What Not to Do in Case of Pelvic Hemorrhage

Packing for Hemorrhage Control

Control of Hemorrhage Associated With Abdominal Pregnancy

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