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chemotherapy

Emergency treatment for bleeding cervical cancer
Leukemic retinopathy
Figure 1: Fundus photographs showing multiple haemorrhages bilaterally (white arrows), with right venous tortuosity (black arrows) and left macula involvement (yellow arrows).
Pure nongestational ovarian choriocarcinoma
Figure 1: Negative for placental-like alkaline phosphatase (PLAP) and AFP
Intraperitoneal chemotherapy
Figure 1: Axial contrast enhanced CT Abdomen shows multiple lobulated enhancing peritoneal masses anterior and lateral to the liver (white arrows). Presence of ascites also noted.