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PRIMARY MULTIPLE MALIGNAT TUMORS MOST COMMON LOCALIZATIONS CANCER - CANCER STUDY CLINICS

By G. V. Goncharenko

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<p class="p1"><span class="s1"><strong>The purpose. </strong>Analysis of statistical data of oncological departmental polyclinics, serving a permanent attached contingent of patients in cases of the most common cancer sites: basal cell skin cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer.<br /> <strong>Materials and methods. </strong>Analisis of medical history patients of polyclinics. There were registered 1054 patients with malignant tumors. Of these 128 (12.14%) and had the PMN, of that number, 8 patients had triple the localization of cancer. BCC: skin diagnosis was 132 patients, of which 52 (39.9%) of had the PMN. With the diagnosis: breast cancer was registered 179 patients, including 30 patients had the PMN of the 8 patients had bilateral breast cancer. Diagnosed with FPW to outpatients included 139 patients, of whom 20 people (14.4%). On each localization of cancer presented with second and third cancer localizations. <strong>Conclusion. </strong>Patients with BCC skin were the in group of high risk for the development of PMN. The second location was in case of every third patient. Most commonly BCC combined with breast cancer, prostate cancer, cancer of the colon.</span></p

Topics: первично-множественные злокачественные опухоли (ПМЗО), первично-множественный базально-клеточный рак кожи (БРК), первично-множественный рак молочной желез (РМЖ), рак предстательной железы (РПЖ), первичные и вторичные опухоли, алгоритмы обследования, Medicine, R
Publisher: QUASAR, LLC
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:15c5c54161c041d6ba43f137f8db20da
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