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      Seguimiento y sobrevida de pacientes con carcinoma invasor del cuello uterino

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          Objetivo: Determinar seguimiento y sobrevida posterior al tratamiento de pacientes con carcinoma de cuello uterino. Método: Estudio retrospectivo, en el que revisaron y recolectaron datos de historias clínicas de pacientes con carcinoma invasor de cuello uterino, entre 1995-2004. Ambiente: Hospital Universitario de Los Andes. Resultados: Se obtuvo 327 pacientes con carcinoma de cuello uterino durante la década en estudio. El 30 % de las pacientes procedían de estados distintos al Edo. Mérida. La edad media de las pacientes fue de 46,7 años. Los estadios en los que acudieron y se diagnosticaron con mayor frecuencia, fueron el estadio IIIb (28,3 %) y el estadio IIb (23,9 %). La sobrevida a los 5 años varió respecto al estadio, siendo 99 % para el estadio I y cercano a 0 % para el estadio IV. Conclusión: El diagnóstico de cáncer de cuello es tardío en la mayoría de las pacientes, lo que hace que, el tratamiento sea limitado, aumenten las recidivas y disminuya la sobrevida.

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          Objective: To determine follow-up and survival subsequent to the treatment of patients with cervical cancer. Method: Retrospective study with revision and data collection of clinical histories of patients with cervical cancer. 1995-2004. Settings: University Hospital of Los Andes. Results: A total of 327 patients with cancer were obtained during the decade in study. A 30 % of the patients were coming from states different from the Merida state. The average age of the patients was of 46.7 years. The stages in that they went and were diagnosed most frequently were the stage IIIb (28.3 %) and stage IIb (23.9 %)Ib. The 5 years- survival of the patients has an important variation with respect to the stage, being 99 % for stage I and 0 % for stage IV. Conclusions: The diagnosis of cervical cancer is delayed in most of the patients, which causes that, the treatment is limited, increases the recidivism and diminishes the survival.

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                Revista de Obstetricia y Ginecología de Venezuela
                Rev Obstet Ginecol Venez
                Sociedad de Obstetricia y Ginecología de Venezuela (Caracas )
                0048-7732
                June 2008
                : 68
                : 2
                : 81-86
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                [1 ] Instituto Autónomo Hospital Universitario de Los Andes (IAHULA)
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                S0048-77322008000200003
                dbe62950-e022-4130-9587-f157dbd44068

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                OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY

                Obstetrics & Gynecology
                Cervical cancer,Survival. Treatment,Cáncer de cuello uterino,Sobrevida,Tratamiento

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