Vol 78, No 4 (2007)

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The analysis of the incidence of cervical carcinomas based on the material from Histopathological Laboratory located in Zawiercie District Hospital

Irena Wróblewska-Adamek, Magadalena Wyszyńska, Agata Kabała-Dzik, Wojciech Mleczko, Anna Picheta
Ginekol Pol 2007;78(4).


Objectives: The aim of the study was to analyze the incidence of malignant cervical carcinomas found in the material from Histopathological Laboratory in Zawiercie District Hospital. Material and methods: The examined materials included histopathological results concerning segments and scrapings from gynecological procedures and the results of the segments, collected during gynecological operations performed in the years 2000-2005, in which malignant neoplasms of uterine cervix had been diagnosed. The data concerning the neoplasms were analysed, taking into account the following parameters: the number of neoplasms found in relation to the total number of diagnostic procedures performed, patients’ age, histological type of the neoplasm and the degree of clinical progression based on FIGO classification. Results: In the examined material, there were 50 cases of cervical carcinomas, with the highest incidence in patients aged between 50-59. The most common morphological type was squamous carcinoma and the majority of cervical carcinomas was characterized by the Io of disease clinical progression – 38 cases, also 4 preinvasive carcinomas were found and 8 cancers of the IIo of progression, according to FIGO classification. Conclusion: A considerable decrease of cervical carcinomas incidence, observed in the study period and the number of neoplasms found in an early progression stage are the effect of conducted screening examinations, due to which precancerous conditions are diagnosed and treated.

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