For Healthcare Professionals: Endometrial & Other Uterine Cancers

Memorial Sloan Kettering has a multidisciplinary team approach to screening, counseling, and treating women with endometrial cancer. Recent progress in laproscopic and robotic techniques has transformed the treatment of this malignancy, resulting in greater surgical precision, fewer complications, and shorter hospital stays when compared with open abdominal surgery.Our outcomes after surgery for both advanced and recurrent disease are among the best in the world.

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The Memorial Sloan Kettering approach to diagnosis and treatment of endometrial and other utrine cancers in patient-friendly language.

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Robotic Surgery for Gynecologic Cancers

Co-Director of Robotic Surgery Mario Leitao, Jr., describes the emerging role and clear benefits of the robotic platform for operating on gynecologic cancers.

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Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping in Gynecologic Cancers

Gynecologic oncologist Nadeem Abu-Rustum discusses the prognostic and therapeutic power of sentinel lymph node mapping in gynecologic cancers.

Unique Cases: The Use of Fluorescent Dye in Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping

Gynecologic oncologist Elizabeth Jewell discusses the fluorescent dye surgical platform in sentinel lymph node mapping for cervical and endometrial cancer detection.

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Robotic Surgery
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Lymph Node Mapping
Flourescent Dye Platform