J. L. Powell
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Preoperative serum CA-125 levels in treating endometrial cancer.
J. L. Powell, Kelly A Hill, B. C. Shiro, S. Diehl, W. Gajewski
MedicineThe Journal of reproductive medicine
1 August 2005
TLDR
Measurement of preoperative CA-125 is a clinically useful test in endometrial cancer patients and appears to be a significant independent predictor of the extrauterine spread of disease and is a better predictor of disease than depth of invasion or grade.Expand
87 Citations
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The safety and efficacy of extensive abdominal panniculectomy at the time of pelvic surgery.
J. Cosin, J. L. Powell, J. Donovan, K. Stueber
MedicineGynecologic oncology
1 October 1994
TLDR
This study demonstrates that it is possible to safely combine plastic and gynecologic surgery without significantly increasing operative time, blood loss, postoperative complications, or hospital stay. Expand
34 Citations
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Intermediate Filamentous Proteins in Adult Granulosa Cell Tumors: An Immunohistochemical Study of 25 Cases
C. Otis, J. L. Powell, D. Barbuto, M. Carcangiu
Biology, Medicine
The American journal of surgical pathology
1 October 1992
Adult granulosa cell tumors (AGCTs) are classified as sex cord-stromal tumors of the ovary. However, they may be confused with other primary ovarian neoplasms. Intermediate filaments, specifically… Expand
50 Citations
1
Radical Hysterectomy and Pelvic Lymphadenectomy
J. L. Powell, M. Burrell, E. W. Franklin
MedicineSouthern medical journal
1 August 1981
TLDR
Patients who had radical hysterectomy for gynecologic malignancy over a nine-year period had survival rates well over 90%, with minimal complications, which compares favorably with the rates in most larger centers in which radical pelvic operations are common. Expand
34 Citations
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Reproducibility of tumor measurements in ovarian cancer: a study of interobserver variability.
M. Préfontaine, A. Gelfand, J. Donovan, J. L. Powell
MedicineGynecologic oncology
1 October 1994
TLDR
Tumor measurements in individual patients are highly variable; interpretation of the surgical literature and ovarian cancer treatment protocols based on tumor volume are subject to significant measurement error. Expand
43 Citations
1
Nd:YAG laser excision of a giant gingival pyogenic granuloma of pregnancy
J. L. Powell, C. L. Bailey, A. Coopland, C. Otis, J. L. Frank, I. Meyer
MedicineLasers in surgery and medicine
1994
TLDR
A 19‐year‐old Hispanic nullipara experienced the rapid growth of an oral lesion on the right lower gingiva which she had first noticed at 29 weeks gestation which was confirmed as a pyogenic granuloma (“granuloma gravidarum”). Expand
86 Citations
1
Primary breast cancer of the vulva.
C. L. Bailey, H. Sankey, J. Donovan, K. A. Beith, C. Otis, J. L. Powell
MedicineGynecologic oncology
1 September 1993
TLDR
This is the fifth case report of mammary carcinoma of the vulva and the second report using tamoxifen for adjuvant treatment. Expand
44 Citations
1
Ovarian serous borderline epithelial tumors with multiple retroperitoneal nodal involvement: metastasis or malignant transformation of epithelial glandular inclusions?
M. Shiraki, C. Otis, J. Donovan, J. L. Powell
MedicineGynecologic oncology
1 August 1992
TLDR
An interesting association of OSBT with extensive pelvic and periaortic nodal involvement is presented and the relevant literature is reviewed. Expand
42 Citations
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Panniculectomy to facilitate gynecologic surgery in morbidly obese women.
J. L. Powell, D. K. Kasparek, G. P. Connor
MedicineObstetrics and gynecology
1 October 1999
TLDR
Abdominal panniculectomy is safe and useful in morbidly obese women and to decrease the incidence of wound necrosis, infection, and dehiscence among those high-risk women who all had chronic intertrigo in the skin folds under their panni. Expand
29 Citations
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Management of recurrent juvenile granulosa cell tumor of the ovary.
J. L. Powell, G. P. Connor, G. Henderson
MedicineGynecologic oncology
1 April 2001
TLDR
This is the second case report of a patient with advanced juvenile granulosa cell tumor to become pregnant after apparently successful chemotherapy, and results are encouraging, but the best treatment for extensive and recurrent disease has yet to be determined. Expand
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