[Pelvic exenteration--our experience].

Akusherstvo i ginekologiia

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Nedialkov K, Magunska N, Bechev B. [Pelvic exenteration--our experience]. Akush Ginekol (Sofiia). 2016;54(9):19-23.
Pelvic exenteration is an operative method for one-moment removal of pelvic organs, including reproductive tract, bladder and rectosidgmoid. It most common indicated in gynecologic oncology for treatment of locally advanced cancer or recidive with central location. Pelvic exenteration can be used for healing of patients with genital cancer. Frequency of serious complications can reach 50%, that emphasizes the need of careful discuss of risks and benefits with the patients who are indicated for that kind of operation. For the period 2004-2012 common 46 exenterations are performed at FSHOG "St. Sofia", form which 9 are total (TE), 14 anterior (AE), 7 posterior (PE), 16 modified posterior exenterations (MPE). Average operative time is 459 min (237-620 min), depending on the type of operation. Average blood loss is 1200 ml (800-2500 ml). REPORT
of the complications shows that eight patients have had 1-st degree complication.