A prospective study of clinicopathology and management of carcinoma breast
Keywords:MRM, CT, HT, IDC, FNAC.
Introduction: Breast cancer is the most common site-specific cancer in women and it is one of the leading cause of death from cancer for women between 20-59 years age group and it is accounting for 29% of all newly diagnosed cases and 14% of cancer related death among women. Breast cancer accounts for the mortality of 21.5% of all cancer cases, ranking number one killer in women. Materials and Methods The data used in the study was obtained from the K.V.G Medical Collage Hospital, Sullia who were presented to the surgery department with carcinoma breast from December 2017 to June 2019. A total of 100 cases were evaluated at this study period. Results: 100 cases of breast cancer were studied for emphasizing the risk factors and management of breast cancer. Most common age group of presentation is between 50-59 years and mean age was 52.7 years. Majority of our patients had early menarche, late menopause and longer reproductive period was associated with high risk of breast cancer. Most common presentation was lump in the breast with tumor size >5cm (64%).62% of patients were in the stage III when they presented to the hospital. Majority of patients were diagnosed as infiltrating ductal carcinoma on FNAC and histology. All patients underwent modified radical mastectomy (MRM) and postoperatively patients received Chemotherapy (CT) and Hormonal therapy (HT). Conclusion: Stage III due to lack of awareness about the disease. MRM, CT and HT are the various modalities of treatment given to the patient depending on the stage of disease.
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