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Early results of breast cancer screening research

Andrzej Nowicki, Izabela Stogowska
Ginekol Pol 2007;78(6).

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Abstract

histopathologic examination) on the base of mammography results. 315 (10,8%) of women did register for those additional examinations. 53 women came for BAC examination after mammography and ultrasound examinations. Neoplastic cells were detected in materials of 22 cases. Mastectomy (according to Patey’s method) was the most frequent procedure in 2004 and 2005 and it was performed in 12 women. Conservative surgery was performed in 8 patients. Furthermore, 2 women with breast cancer were not classified for surgery because of too advanced stage of cancer. Invasive ductal (72,7%) and pre-invasive cancers were most common cases of all detected breast cancers.

Abstract

histopathologic examination) on the base of mammography results. 315 (10,8%) of women did register for those additional examinations. 53 women came for BAC examination after mammography and ultrasound examinations. Neoplastic cells were detected in materials of 22 cases. Mastectomy (according to Patey’s method) was the most frequent procedure in 2004 and 2005 and it was performed in 12 women. Conservative surgery was performed in 8 patients. Furthermore, 2 women with breast cancer were not classified for surgery because of too advanced stage of cancer. Invasive ductal (72,7%) and pre-invasive cancers were most common cases of all detected breast cancers.
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Keywords

breast cancer, breast neoplasma prevention and control, mammography, breast neoplasma - diagnosis

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Title

Early results of breast cancer screening research

Journal

Ginekologia Polska

Issue

Vol 78, No 6 (2007)

Bibliographic record

Ginekol Pol 2007;78(6).

Keywords

breast cancer
breast neoplasma prevention and control
mammography
breast neoplasma - diagnosis

Authors

Andrzej Nowicki
Izabela Stogowska

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