A comprehensive approach is crucial to comprehend each patient’s pathology from multiple points of view. Thus, professionals from different specialties contribute with their knowledge to solve each case in the most effective way.
The multidisciplinary team-work includes gynecologic oncologists, general and thoracic surgeons, anesthetists, instrumentalists, medical oncologists and radiotherapists, specialized radiologists and pathologists, as well as pisco-oncologists.
The development and application of surgical and medical treatments of high complexity is one of the fundamental bases to offer patients the most effective available treatments.
They include both laparoscopic and robotic mini-invasive surgery, apart from multidisciplinary surgery of advanced ovarian cancer with peritoneal carcinomatosis. Moreover, medical treatments include the most novel molecular drugs and immunotherapy for the treatment of gynecological cancer.
Research and innovation are the basis of the advance in medicine. Therefore, we design and conducted multiple clinical and molecular studies related to gynecological cancer and gynecological surgery of high complexity published in international scientific journals.
In addition, I am the author of numerous chapters of international books:
- Aletti G, Minig L, Zanagnolo V (2018). “Radical pelvic and retroperitoneal Ovarian Cancer Surgery”. En “Principles of Gynecologic Oncology Surgery”. Ed. ELSEVIER, ISBN: 978-0-323-42878.
- Minig L, Bover I, Zorrero C, Poveda A. (2017) “Diagnosis, staging and early diagnosis of ovarian cancer”. In “Practical book of ovarian cancer”. Ed. Permanyer. ISBN: 978-84-17221-08-9.
- Martínez Castro P, Zorrero C, Minig L. (2017) “Surgery of ovarian cancer: concepts.” In “Practical book of ovarian cancer”. Ed. Permanyer. ISBN: 978-84-17221-08-9.
- Minig L, Trimble EL, Colombo N (2017) Optimal Treatment for Women with Ovarian Cancer. In: Schwab M (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Cancer, 4th edition. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Vol. 4, pp. 3236-3242.
- Minig L, Romero I. “Other therapies for endometrial cancer”. On the “Text book of gynecological Oncology”. European Society of Gynecological Oncology (ESGO) 2016.
- Minig L, Randal T. “Unanswered questions in gynecology oncology”. On the “Text book of gynecological Oncology”. European Society of Gynecological Oncology (ESGO) 2016.
- Colombo N, Minig L. “Treatment of early stage ovarian cancer”. On the “Text book of gynecological Oncology”. European Society of Gynecological Oncology (ESGO) 2016.
- Minig L, Domingo S. Vulvar and Vaginal Cancer. On the text book “Management of gynecologic tumors”. I. Zapardiel (Eds) Published by: Pierre Fabre Ibérica. Madrid Spain, 2016. ISBN: 978-84-608-5602-3
- Minig L, Pereira D. Treatment of early stage ovarian cancer. On the text book: 100 Key Questions in Ovarian Cancer. Poveda Velazco A (Eds). Published by Permanyer. Mallorca, 310 – 08037 Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain.
- Minig L, Zorrero C, Martinez Castro P. Robotic Surgery in women with ovarian cancer. On the text book: Robotic in Gynecology. Gorostidi Pulgar M (Eds). Published by OMICS Group eBooks. 731 Gull Ave, Foster City, CA 94404, USA.* Available from: http://www.esciencecentral.org/ebooks/robotics-in-gynecology/robotic-surgery-in-women-with-ovarian-cancer.php
- Colombo N, Minig L, Burger R. Maintenance Therapy for First-Line Treatment of Ovarian Cancer: Is This the Strategy for the Future? On the text book: J.A. Ledermann et al. (eds.), Controversies in the Management of Gynecological Cancers, DOI 10.1007/978-0-85729-910-9_15, © Springer-Verlag London 2014.
- Minig L, Patrono MG, Alvarez Gallego R, Valero de Bernabé J and Diaz-Padilla I (2013). Surgical Treatment of Ovarian Cancer, Ovarian Cancer – A Clinical and Translational Update, Dr. Ivan Diaz-Padilla (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-1030-9, InTech, DOI: 10.5772/53972. Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/ovarian-cancer-a-clinical-and-translational-update/surgical-treatment-of-ovarian-cancer
- Minig L, Trimble EL. “Unanswered questions in gynecology oncology”. On the “Text book of gynecological Oncology”. European Society of Gynecological Oncology (ESGO) 2010.
- Minig L, Colombo N. “Treatment of early stage ovarian cancer”. On the “Text book of gynecological Oncology”. European Society of Gynecological Oncology (ESGO) 2010.
- Minig L. “Biología molecular y Genética”. on “Libro de ginecología del hospital italiano de Buenos Aires”. Editor. Dr Roberto Testa. 2010
- Martinotti R, Minig L “Premature Rupture of Membranes”. PROAGO. Program of Update on Gynecology and Obstetrics. System of continuing and distance medical education. Eight cycle. 2004, Module 3. Pages 77-108.
- Martinotti R, Minig L. “Prenatal use of corticosteroids” PRONEO. Program of Update on Neonatology. System of continuing and distance medical education. Fifth cycle. 2004, Module 1. Pages 45-69.
- Sebastiani M, Minig L. Multiple pregnancy. Part I: Prenatal care PRONEO. Program of Update on Neonatology, 2006, Seven cycle, Module 1: Page 13-33 Editorial Médica Panamericana.
Closeness in the treatment is the most important qualities when offering a proper care to my patients since it can improve the outcome of any treatment, no matter how complex it may be.
Without that, it is impossible to practice medicine. All patients need a warm look and a close and humane treatment, in addition to an experienced doctor.
The personalization of medical attention of patients leads to a better care and the best therapeutic results. Therefore, it is essential to work in multidisciplinary teams without losing our principal objective; the patient as a whole.
In addition, it is important to offer the latest advances, both diagnostic and therapeutic areas. That is why teaching, research and continuous medical update are important.