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Surgical management of borderline ovarian tumours

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Published: 18.07.18
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Prof Omer Devaja - London Bridge Hospital, London, UK

Prof Devaja speaks with ecancer at BGCS 2018 about the best management of borderline ovarian tumours, which he defines as typically benign but capable of becoming very aggressive.

He outlines the multi-disciplinary approaches to treatment, with new techniques in cancer identification and laparoscopic surgery offering new opportunities in disease management.

Prof Devaja also discusses removal of lymph glands in the limb.

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