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Monchy, D., Lieng, C.R., Kruy, L.S., Kahler, K. and Eav, S. (2005) Diagnostic et traitement du cancer invasifdu col utérin au Cambodge (à propos de 35 cas). Bulletin De La Societe De Pathologie Exotique, 98, 183-186.

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  • TITLE: Problem of Invasive Cervical Cancer’s Management in the Obstetric Gynecologic Department of the National Hospital Donka, Conakry

    AUTHORS: Moussa Kantara Camara, Daniel Williams Atanase Leno, Kèlètigui Traore, Aboubacar Fodé Momo Soumah, Ousmane Balde, Yolande Hyjazi, Namory Keita

    KEYWORDS: Cervix, Invasive Cancer, Problems, Survival

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.7 No.12, November 24, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Introduction: The objectives of this study were to describe the diagnostic and therapeutic aspects, identify problems and evaluate the survival rate of invasive cervical cancer patients. Patients and method: It was a retrospective descriptive study of 7 years from 1 January 2006 to 31 December 2012. Records of invasive cervical cancer were histologically confirmed. The clinical and therapeutic data collected were transferred to Epi info 7 and SSPS version 18 software with a significance level p as used to provide information on the vital condition after confidential agreement. Kaplan Meier was used to assess the overall survival rate. Results: Invasive cancer of the cervix was frequent (58.79%) with an annual median rate of 16.7%, with extremes of 5.8% and 20.6%. 88.70% of the patients was referred from regions of the country (54.02%); the median age was 50 years with extremes of 16 and 84 years and a peak of 29.6% between 35 and 44 years; 76.20% were housewives; uneducated women were about 60.12%; Stage III was about 45.3%. Most of the patients were confirmed histologically after 30 days (68%). The means of treatment were surgery about 91 (29.26%), palliation 75 (24.12%), radiotherapy 59 (18.97%) and chemotherapy 41 (13.18%) with surgery (9, 65%) or radiotherapy (4.82%). The main complication was metrorrhagia, 164 cases (56.55%), with overall survival rate of 51.8% at 2 years and 5.1% at 5 years. Conclusion: Invasive cervical cancer in later stages is treated for low survival in the context of our work. Early detection and treatment of precancerous lesions would reduce the incidence and mortality of this cancer.