Features of the cancer ovaries and cervical cancer in conditions of the european north

  • А. П. Галин Komi branch of the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Kirov State Medical Academy”
  • С. В. Андреев Komi branch of the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Kirov State Medical Academy”
  • Л. Л. Андреева Komi branch of the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Kirov State Medical Academy”
Keywords: Tumor of ovary, neoplasm of the cervix

Abstract

The cancer ovaries and cervical cancer concern to one of complex sections modern Oncology in connection with wide prevalence and high mortality. There are revealed the common rules of prevalence by a cancer ovaries and cervical uteri, survival of the patients in Republic of Komi with the account of the histological type of a tumor, age patients and stage of diseases. The received data allow to allocate the following features: 1) natural rejuvenation of the patients suffering by a cancer ovaries; the primary group of the patients of a cervical cancer is made by the women late fertility age; 2) high frequency not difference type of a cancer ovaries; at diagnostics of a cancer cervical the initial forms of disease come to light; 3) late diagnostics of the started forms of a cancer ovaries; by higher prevalence of a cancer cervical. The results of our research allow to assert, that for today the treatment of the patients with a cancer ovaries and cervical cancer is necessary for carrying out with an estimation of a stage of illness, histological type of a tumor and range of differentiation of a tumor. The account of these factors will allow to nominate adequate treatment and to increase survival of the patients.
Published
2007-05-31
How to Cite
Галин, А., Андреев, С., & Андреева, Л. (2007). Features of the cancer ovaries and cervical cancer in conditions of the european north. Bulletin of the International Scientific Surgical Association, 2(1), 20-21. Retrieved from http://surgjournal.ru/index.php/BISSA/article/view/135
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Original Articles