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Table 2 Clinicopathologic characteristics of patients with early-stage cervical cancer receiving radical parametrectomy

From: Can radical parametrectomy be omitted in occult cervical cancer after extrafascial hysterectomy?

No. Interval time (days) Operative time (min) Blood loss (mL) Transfusion (mL) Postoperative pathology Intraoperative complication Postoperative complications Duration of indwelling catheter (days) First-time urine residual volume (mL) Duration of hospital stay (days) Adjuvant therapy
Residual LN Para
1 18 270 300 Intestinal injury 14 100 19
2 14 245 450 20 200 20
3 12 265 400 16 130 16
4 20 250 420 Vesicovaginal fistula 14 80 14 Repair surgery
5 21 235 400 Ileus 20 240 30
6 30 250 350 14 90 16
7 16 270 500 400 14 80 18
8 25 250 400 + 15 150 16 Chemoradiotherapy
9 28 240 500 18 100 18
10 19 200 300 14 50 18
11 20 220 350 14 60 14
12 30 235 400 14 100 14
13 15 210 400 30 250 15
  1. LN lymph node, Para parametrium. “+” positive, “−” negative.