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  • direct invasion - gaining attachment to adjacent structures - such as the uterus, broad ligament, omentum or intestine
  • peritoneal seeding across the abdominal cavity
  • lymphatic spread - reaching the para-aortic glands and in time, the left supraclavicular glands
  • haematogenous spread occurs uncommonly, and late

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