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A case of inguinal lymphaticovenular anastomosis for refractory lymphatic ascites after uterine cancer surgery.

We herein report a case of refractory lymphatic ascites after uterine cancer surgery treated with bilateral inguinal lymphaticovenular anastomosis (LVA). LVA was performed four months after the uterine cancer surgery in a patient with refractory ascites that had developed one month after the gynecologic surgery. One year and eight months after LVA, there was no recurrence of ascites accumulation.

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