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Sentinel Lymph Node biopsy in uterine cancers

Open Classroom
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
2-day course / 10 effective hours
4 attendees per session

Course details

This course will show the state of the art about sentinel node biopsy in cervical and endometrial cancers. Attendees will have a full description of techniques, indications, pathological analysis, limits of the technique through presentations by experts. Observation in the OR will show the practical use of the technique.

Advantages of the procedure

The sentinel node biopsy technique is spreading through the community of gynecologic surgeons. The technique is safe when properly operated. This approach enhances sensitivity of nodal staging with diagnosis of low volume metastases and decreases the morbidity of the nodal sampling. This technique is now part of the armamentarium of gynecologic oncology.

Who is this course for?

Gynecologic Oncology surgeons who operate patients suffering of uterine cancers.



Technical requirements

You must have downloaded the Microsoft TEAMS tool to participate in this course. 

You must have an internet connection.

You must have a microphone on your computer.

Methods of learning and technical assistance

During the course, you are invited to switch off your cameras and microphones. In order to ask questions, use the TEAMS meeting chat or the "Raise your hand" icon. You will be able to switch on your microphone when you are given the floor and ask your question.

If you have a connection problem or other, you can contact Angela CORJOS or Laura GERARDIN at the email addresses below:  

Methods of monitoring



Your privileged contacts are Angela CORJOS or Laura GERARDIN, whom you can contact at the following e-mail addresses: 


December 9th 2020

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm: Theorical presentation

- Presentations on rational, technique (introduction of fluorescence)

- Results (diagnostic accuracy, validation, morbidity, quality assurance, etc.), pathology, present indications, limits and pending questions

- Perspective

December 10th 2020

9:00 am – 12:00 am: Operating room - Observation of a case of cervical or endometrial cancer

12:00 am – 1:00 pm: Lynch, Q & R

1:00 pm – 5:00pm: Operating room - Observation of a case of cervical or endometrial cancer