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Comparison of Two Staging Systems in Determination of Cervical Carcinoma Staging

Author: Qin
Tutor: PengZhiLan
School: Sichuan University
Course: Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Keywords: Cervical Cancer Tumor stage Prognosis
CLC: R737.33
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2004
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Background: Cervical cancer is the most common malignancy of the female reproductive tract , a serious threat to the health and lives of women . Carry out the work of the past few decades screening cervical cancer mortality has declined, but still need to further explore and solve the problem of how to improve the level of clinical diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer . Accurate staging is the most important factor guiding the choice of treatment and assessment of prognosis . Cervical cancer is the only clinical staging of gynecologic malignancies , still using clinical staging criteria developed by the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) , the usefulness of the staging , is widely regarded as the unified standard for diagnosis of cervical cancer is classified . However, due to the limitations of clinical examination methods , the differences in the levels of different physician diagnosis , imaging studies is not yet universal and so may result in a high percentage of clinical staging and pathologic discrepancies . Inaccurate clinical stage will affect the formulation of the treatment plan and treatment effects of a variety of important factors affecting prognosis and difficult to make accurate and comprehensive judgment , it was argued surgical pathologic staging of cervical cancer . In recent years , as formulated by the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) TNM staging constantly improve and develop the FIGO introduced pTNM staging as cervical cancer pathological stage for accurate assessment of prognosis and adjuvant treatment of choice to provide the basis . Objective: To identify cervical cancer clinical stage and surgical pathologic staging differences , explore the clinical stage and surgical pathology staging feasibility and importance . Methods: A retrospective analysis of the hospital in January 2000 -2003 in December were naive surgery and clinical and pathological data of 335 patients with cervical cancer diagnosed by pathological sub will FIGO clinical stage and postoperative pTNM pathological points period comparison analysis for cervical cancer staging and surgical - pathologic staging differences , as well as two installments of clinical significance .

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