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2017 | 15 | 2 | 113–119
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Dane dotyczące raka jajnika ukobiet z irackiej prowincji Majsan

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Facts about ovarian cancer in Maysanian women
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Background: Ovarian cancer is one of the commonest gynecologic malignancy. It is the most common cause of death due to gynecologic tumors, and accounts for 50% of deaths due to all gynecologic cancer types. Objectives: The aim was to discuss and assess ovarian cancer in Misan province and to underline its impact for increased awareness and interest in screening and early diagnosis by the determination of the prevalence rates among Maysanian women. Methods: The study lasted six months. During this period, we obtained a lot of data from records of the Al-Shifaa Oncology Center in Misan province, Iraq. Between September 2016 and February 2017, 50 cases of ovarian cancer from 282 gynecologic cancers were recorded. Complete history was obtained for every case. Results: The study showed that ovarian cancer constituted 17.73% of all types of cancer. It usually occurred in patients aged 60–70 years (30%). Women lived in urban areas 1.5 times more frequently than in rural areas. The most common histopathological type of ovarian cancer was ovarian serous carcinoma (46%). The most common stages were stage III and IV, accounting for 76%. Conclusion: Ovarian cancer is the third most common gynecologic cancer type. It was more common in women aged 60–70 years. Regarding the family history, the results were insignificant. The most common histopathological type of ovarian cancer in this study was ovarian serous carcinoma. The most common stages of the disease were advanced stages III and IV.
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Wstęp: Rak jajnika jest jednym z najczęstszych nowotworów złośliwych żeńskich narządów płciowych oraz główną przyczyną umieralności z powodu tych nowotworów – odpowiada za 50% zgonów wśród chorych z nowotworami kobiecego układu płciowego. Cele: Omówienie i ocena występowania raka jajnika w irackiej prowincji Majsan w celu zwiększenia świadomości i zainteresowania badaniami przesiewowymi i wczesnym rozpoznaniem choroby poprzez określenie częstości występowania omawianego nowotworu wśród kobiet zamieszkujących region Majsan. Metody: Badanie trwało sześć miesięcy. Uzyskano liczne dane z Centrum Onkologii Al-Shifaa w prowincji Majsan w Iraku. W okresie od września 2016 do lutego 2017 roku odnotowano 50 przypadków raka jajnika wśród ogółem 282 przypadków nowotworów narządów płciowych. Od każdej pacjentki zebrano pełny wywiad. Wyniki: Badanie wykazało, że rak jajnika stanowił 17,73% nowotworów. Rozpoznawano go zwykle u kobiet w wieku 60–70 lat (30%). Pacjentki częściej (o 1,5 razy) zamieszkiwały rejony wiejskie. Najczęstszym typem histopatologicznym był surowiczy rak jajnika (46%). Chorobę zwykle rozpoznawano w stadium III i IV, co stanowiło 76% przypadków. Wnioski: Rak jajnika to trzeci co do częstości nowotwór żeńskich narządów płciowych. Występował częściej u kobiet w wieku 60–70 lat. Wyniki dotyczące wywiadu rodzinnego nie były istotne. Najczęstszy typ histopatologiczny stanowił surowiczy rak jajnika. Chorobę rozpoznawano przeważnie w zaawansowanym stadium – III i IV.
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