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Table 2 Details of patients experiencing grade 2 or worse surgical complications

From: Adjuvant hysterectomy following primary chemoradiation for stage IB2 and IIA2 cervical cancer: a retrospective comparison of complications for open versus minimally invasive surgery

Patient # Type Surgical approach Complication Treatment
1 Extrafascial Open Vaginal cuff necrosis Conservative management
2 Modified radical Open Vaginal cuff dehiscence Conservative management
Acute blood loss anemia Blood transfusion
Vesicovaginal fistula Percutaneous nephrostomy tubes
3 Extrafascial Open Urinary tract infection Antibiotics
4 Extrafascial Open Ureteral injury Intraoperative repair
Acute blood loss anemia Blood transfusion
Wound seroma Conservative management
5 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Vaginal cuff repair
Acute blood loss anemia Blood transfusion
Port site hematoma Conservative management
6 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff necrosis Conservative management
7 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Vaginal cuff repair
8 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Conservative management
9 Modified radical Robotic Ureterovaginal fistula Ureteroneocystotomy
Sepsis Antibiotics
10 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Vaginal cuff repair
Acute blood loss anemia Blood transfusion
Sepsis Antibiotics
11 Extrafascial Robotic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Conservative management
Urinary tract infection Antibiotics
12 Extrafascial Laparoscopic Vaginal cuff dehiscence Conservative management
Rectovaginal fistula Diverting loop colostomy