Investigators sought to determine if electronic patient-reported outcome tools with the PROMIS network improved identifying patients with severe symptoms and increased referrals to ancillary support services.
Psychosocial sexuality concerns relating to sexuality, and physical problems, including lymphedemlymphedema anda, and urinary and bowel dysfunction, are common in survivors of gynecologic cancer.
Introduction of minimally invasive robotic surgery linked to reduced complications among patients with early-stage endometrial cancer.
Survey sought to assess the relative implicit biases of gynecologic healthcare providers regarding women with diagnoses of cervical vs ovarian cancer.
A comparison study of 2 approaches to radical hysterectomy found that disease-free and overall survival are worse with minimally invasive procedure than with abdominal open procedure, contradicting previous study findings.