DOI:​10.1016/0090-8258(92)90267-M
Corpus ID: 39436047
Ovarian serous borderline epithelial tumors with multiple retroperitoneal nodal involvement: metastasis or malignant transformation of epithelial glandular inclusions?
M. Shiraki, C. Otis, +1 author J. L. Powell
Published 1992
Medicine
Gynecologic oncology
One of four patients who underwent lymph node excision at exploration for ovarian serous borderline epithelial tumor (OSBT) at Baystate Medical Center was found to have FIGO Stage III C lesion… Expand
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