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Table 4 8 Patients with early epithelial ovarian cancer who were pregnancy after staging surgery

From: Pregnancy and oncologic outcomes of early stage low grade epithelial ovarian cancer after fertility sparing surgery: a retrospective study in one tertiary hospital of China

Pt Age at surgery FIGO stage Histology, Grade Type of surgery Chemotherapy /cycles *Interval Pregnancy outcome
1 27 IA Endometriod, G1 Laparotomy Paclitaxel + Carboplatin/7 36 Miscarriage during 1st trimester
2 30 IC Mucinous, G1 Laparotomy Cyclophosphamide + Carboplatin/3 24 Dead fetus in uterus at 24 weeks
3 30 IC Mucinous, G1 Laparotomy Paclitaxel + Carboplatin/7 22 Fetal anomaly at 23 weeks
4 28 IA Mucinous, G1 Laparoscopy Cyclophosphamide + Cisplatin/3 12 Vaginal delivery at 33 weeks because of PROM
5 33 IC Mucinous, G1 Laparotomy Paclitaxel + Carboplatin/6 36 Vaginal delivery at 38 weeks
6 30 IA Clear cell Laparotomy No chemotherapy 12 Vaginal delivery at 39 weeks
7 27 IC Serous, G1 Laparoscopy Paclitaxel + Carboplatin/5 1 Cesarean section at 37 weeks
8 26 IC Mucinous, G1 Laparotomy Paclitaxel + Carboplatin/6 60 Vaginal delivery at 36 weeks because of spontaneous labor
  1. Pt: patients; *interval: the interval between terminal of chemotherapy with pregnancy diagnosed; PROM: premature rupture of membranes