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Volume: 29 Issue: 4

1. Rethinking surgical concepts for early cervical cancer. Page:e58—
2. Prevalence of germline BRCA mutations among women with carcinoma of the peritoneum or fallopian tube. Page:e43—
3. The use of conization to identify and treat severe lesions among prediagnosed CIN1 and 2 patients in Japan. Page:e46—
4. Peritoneal cancer index as a predictor of survival in advanced stage serous epithelial ovarian cancer: a prospective study. Page:e47—
5. Impact of lymph node ratio on survival in stage IIIC endometrioid endometrial cancer: a Turkish Gynecologic Oncology Group study. Page:e48—
6. Value of combined adjuvant chemotherapy and radiation on survival for stage III uterine cancer: is less radiation equal to more?. Page:e49—
7. Are patients and physicians willing to accept less-radical procedures for cervical cancer?. Page:e50—
8. Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy in advanced ovarian cancer. Page:e51—
9. Quality of tissue from punch biopsy forceps vs. round loop electrode in colposcopically directed biopsy: a randomized controlled trial. Page:e52—
10. Is the ovarian preservation safe in young women with stages IB–IIA villoglandular adenocarcinoma of the uterine cervix?. Page:e54—
11. Risks of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 3 or invasive cancers in ASCUS women with different management: a population-based cohort study. Page:e55—
12. Practice guidelines for management of ovarian cancer in Korea: a Korean Society of Gynecologic Oncology Consensus Statement. Page:e56—
13. Knowledge, attitude, practice and barriers of cervical cancer screening among women living in mid-western rural, Nepal. Page:e57—
14. Predicting factors for resumption of spontaneous voiding following nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy. Page:e59—
15. Survival impact of low anterior resection in patients with epithelial ovarian cancer grossly confined to the pelvic cavity: a Korean multicenter study. Page:e60—
16. Comparison between adjuvant chemotherapy and adjuvant radiotherapy/chemoradiotherapy after radical surgery in patients with cervical cancer: a meta-analysis. Page:e62—
17. Impact of increased utilization of neoadjuvant chemotherapy on survival in patients with advanced ovarian cancer: experience from a comprehensive cancer center. Page:e63—
18. Unexpected result of minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer. Page:e73—
19. How should gynecologic oncologists react to the unexpected results of LACC trial?. Page:e74—
20. Minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer: consequences for treatment after LACC Study. Page:e75—