PMID: 10604709Dec 22, 1999Paper

Laparoscopic retroperitoneal lymph node dissection for clinical stage I nonseminomatous germ cell testicular tumors

Urology
J B NelsonLouis R Kavoussi

Abstract

To assess retrospectively whether laparoscopic retroperitoneal lymph node dissection (RPLND) in patients with clinical Stage I nonseminomatous germ cell testicular tumor (NSGCT) provides useful pathologic staging information on which subsequent management can be based. Approximately 30% of patients with clinical Stage I NSGCT will have pathologic Stage II disease. A retrospective review of 29 patients with clinical Stage I NSGCT who underwent transperitoneal laparoscopic RPLND by a single surgeon was performed. Selection criteria included the presence of embryonal carcinoma in the primary tumor or vascular invasion. A modified left (n = 18) or right (n = 11) template was used. Positive retroperitoneal nodes were detected in 12 (41%) of 29 patients. Ten of these patients received immediate adjuvant platinum-based chemotherapy, and 2 patients refused chemotherapy. The nodes were negative in 1 7 (59%) of 29 patients; all but 2 patients (one with recurrence in the chest, the other with biochemical recurrence) have undergone observation. No evidence of disease recurrence has been found in the retroperitoneum of any patient (follow-up range 1 to 65 months). Prospectively, the dissection was limited if grossly positive nodes were enco...Continue Reading

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