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Volume: 23 Issue: 2

1. Telesurgery is promising but still need proof through prospective comparative studies. Page:134—135
2. HE4, CA-125, and cystic ovarian mass. Page:133—133
3. Successful pregnancy following transfer of frozen-thawed embryos in a patient with pseudomyxoma peritonei who underwent peritonectomy and bilateral oophorectomy. Page:129—132
4. Early diagnosis of malignant-transformed ovarian mature cystic teratoma: fat-suppressed MRI findings. Page:125—128
5. Fertility-sparing treatment of endometrial cancer: options, outcomes and pitfalls. Page:120—124
6. Photodynamic therapy for breast cancer in a BALB/c mouse model. Page:115—119
7. Does ductal lavage assert its role as a noninvasive diagnostic modality to identify women at low risk of breast cancer development?. Page:110—114
8. Changes in biologic markers of oxidative stress and plasma endotoxin levels in gynecologic cancer patients treated with pelvic radiotherapy: a pilot study. Page:103—109
9. Cut-off value of D-dimer for prediction of deep venous thrombosis before treatment in ovarian cancer. Page:98—102
10. Intraoperative intraperitoneal chemotherapy with cisplatin in epithelial ovarian cancer. Page:91—97
11. Thrombopoietin: a novel candidate tumor marker for the diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Page:86—90
12. Indications for endoscopy according to the revised FIGO staging for cervical cancer after MRI and CT scanning. Page:80—85
13. How to make the best strategy to manage thromboembolism in ovarian cancer?. Page:78—79
14. Three ongoing intraperitoneal chemotherapy trials in ovarian cancer. Page:75—77