Objectives: This multicentric retrospective study investigates the early and long-termself-reported urinary, bowel, and sexual dysfunctions in early-stage cervical cancer patients who submitted to laparoscopic totalmesometrial resection (L-TMMR), total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy, vaginalassisted laparoscopic radical hysterectomy, and laparoscopic-assisted radical vaginal hysterectomy. Methods: Cervical cancer patients, FIGO (International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics) stage IA2YIB1/IIA1 who submitted to nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy were recruited. Pelvic functionswere assessed within 30 days (early outcome) and 12 months after surgery (long-term outcome). Results: Two hundred thirteen subjects receiving nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy were enrolled. Laparoscopic total mesometrial resection was performed in 46 patients (21.6%), total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy in 65 patients (30.5%), vaginal-assisted laparoscopic radical hysterectomy in 54 patients (25.4%), and laparoscopic-assisted radical vaginal hysterectomy in 48 women (22.5%). Operative timewas significantly lower in the L-TMMR group (240 minutes; range, 120Y670 minutes; P = 0.001). The overall perioperative complication rate was 11.3%, with no statistically significant differences among the 4 groups. Stress incontinence and sensation of bladder incomplete emptyingwere detected, respectively, in 54 patients (25.6%) and 65 patients (30.7%) with a significantly lower prevalence among those in the L-TMMR group, which resulted, respectively, in 11.1% (P = 0.022) and 13.3% (P= 0.036). The prevalence rates of constipation, sensation of incomplete bowel emptying, and effort during evacuation were significantly higher among those in the L-TMMR group, resulting in, respectively, 37% (P = 0.001), 42.3% (P = 0.012), and 50% (P = 0.039). One hundred forty-nine patients (70%) were sexually active. Fifty-eight women (38.9%) reported low enjoyment, 83 women (55.7%) medium enjoyment, and 8 women (5.4%) reported high enjoyment, without statistically significant differences among the 4 groups. Conclusions: Laparoscopic total mesometrial resection is associated with improved longterm urinary autonomic functions and worse gastrointestinal autonomic outcome. Further larger prospective trials are needed to evaluate both the oncological and functional outcomes in order to establish themost appropriate surgical approach for early-stage cervical cancer patients.
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|Titolo:||Self-reported long-term autonomic function after laparoscopic total mesometrial resection for early-stage cervical cancer: A multicentric study|
PETRILLO, Marco (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|