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Table 2 Cases of cervical/vaginal cancer in patients with uterine prolapse treated by radiation therapy

From: Radiation therapy for vaginal cancer in complete uterine prolapse with intrauterine adhesion: a case report

Patient Age (years) Clinical stage (FIGO) Histology Prolapse before RT EBRT field and dose BT technique and dose Surgery after RT RFS (months) Reference
1 60 IIIB Large-cell nonkeratinizing squamous cell carcinoma Reduced under sedation before RT 50 Gy None None 2 8
2 73 IIA W/D keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma Irreducible Pelvis
52.2 Gy
Intracavitary
HDR
7.5 Gy × 3
Vaginal hysterectomy 60 9
3 72 IIA2 W/D squamous cell carcinoma Reduced utilizing pessary before RT Whole pelvis
45 Gy
Intracavitary
tandem and ovoids
HDR
6 Gy × 5
None 15 10
4 78 I Keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma Not reduced None interstitial
HDR
6 Gy × 14
None 3 our case
  1. Abbreviations: FIGO International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics, EBRT external beam radiation therapy, BT brachytherapy, RT radiation therapy, W/D well differentiated, RFS relapse-free survival, HDR high-dose-rate