Clinico-Pathological Study of Carcinoma Breast in Srikakulam District

DATE PUBLISHED
July 14, 2018
SECTION
Articles

Abstract

Breast cancer is the most common site specific cancer in women and is the leading cause of death from cancer for women .The aim is to study the incidence and stage of presentation of breast carcinoma in the population factors with the Stage of Breast Carcinoma. To correlate the clinical findings with FNAC (positive or negative) reports and post operative histopathology reports. To determine Positive Predictive Value of FNAC with respect to the Post operative Histopathology Reports. Early breast carcinomas are well treated with simple mastectomy and axillary clearance while Locally advanced breast carcinomas (LABC) are treated well with a multidisciplinary approach of mastectomy with axillary clearance with chemotherapy and radiotherapy and in selected cases hormonal therapy.

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Breast cancer is the most common site specific cancer in women and is the leading cause of death from cancer for women .The aim is to study the incidence and stage of presentation of breast carcinoma in the population factors with the Stage of Breast Carcinoma. To correlate the clinical findings with FNAC (positive or negative) reports and post operative histopathology reports. To determine Positive Predictive Value of FNAC with respect to the Post operative Histopathology Reports. Early breast carcinomas are well treated with simple mastectomy and axillary clearance while Locally advanced breast carcinomas (LABC) are treated well with a multidisciplinary approach of mastectomy with axillary clearance with chemotherapy and radiotherapy and in selected cases hormonal therapy

Author Details

N. Ravi Kiran

  • Department of General Surgery, senior resident Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India
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J. Sowjanya