Pelvic exenteration is a major operation during which some of the organs of the pelvis are removed. This surgery is normally offered to women who have already had treatments for their gynaecological cancer. The cancer has either returned or had not been cured by the initial treatment.
Preoperative care begins as soon as a patient agrees to undergo an operation. It involves history taking, clinical examination, appropriate investigations, risk assessment and informed consent. The purpose of preoperative assessment is to improve outcomes.
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