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Journal of Surgery

ISSN: [Jurnalul de Chirurgie]
ISSN: 1584-9341

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Modalități Diverse de Tratament în Cancerul de Col Uterin Clinic Evident (Stadiile I B și II A)

Abstract

I Păun1*, D Mogoş1, Mariana Păun2, D Ilie1, M Florescu1, M Ionescu3, M Teodorescu1, CDVidrighin1, M Racareanu1, G Mogoş1 and T Tenea1

This paper aims to update certain aspects of the therapeutic attitude on cervical cancer, a disease that currently is, worldwide, the second leading cause of cancer death in women and thus has increasingly come to the attention of general surgeons. The obvious clinical forms of cervical cancer are brought into discussion, meaning those in the FIGO IB1, IB2 and IIA stages, these being, by far, the most numerous cases we meet in the clinic. Unlike early cervical neoplastic lesions (stages 0 and IA) where the therapeutic attitude is relatively well codified and uniform, in obvious clinical forms there is a great variability of therapeutic approaches, with results that are close to those from the studied literature, indicating according to various statistics a survival rate at 5 years of 80% and 90% for stage I disease and between 60% and 80% for stage II patients.

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