exenterative

exenterative

/ex·en·ter·a·tive/ (eks-sen´ter-ah-tiv) pertaining to or requiring exenteration, as exenterative surgery.
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The morbidity of major exenterative and reconstructive surgery has led to the use of bladder-sparing techniques and protocols for some patients with MIBC, including maximal transurethral resection, radiation and chemotherapy[4,5].
Discusses imaging before exenterative surgery and the imaging of metastatic disease within the pelvis
Although options have been historically limited to exenterative surgery (surgical removal of organs and tissue) or palliative chemotherapy (a therapy not used to cure, but to prolong life and improve cancer symptoms), I have found that permanent seed implants to these limited volumes are very safe and quite effective with good long term control and survival.