Conservative Management of Chylous Ascites Following Endometrial Cancer Staging
Keywords:Chylous ascites, Retroperitoneal surgery, Endometrial cancer, Conservative approach
To present a case of chylous ascites after staging surgery for endometrial carcinoma
A 57 years old postmenopausal woman was operated for endometrial cancer, chylous ascites developed after this surgery. Chylous ascites was treated conservatively include low fat diet and medium chained triglyceride parenterally.
Chylous ascites may be successfully managed with conservative approach without surgical intervention.
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