STATE AND PROSPECTS OF THE MODERN CLINICO-MORPHOLOGICAL POPULATION ESTIMATION OF GASTRIC CARCINOMAJournal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.11, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2010-12-26
The major age-gender, histological, prognostic features of gastric carcinoma were reveled by complex population-based analysis of 13095 current and retrospective (1994-2006) surgical cases. Are revealed: risk contingents; relative density of morphologically verified cases; level of invasive growth at the moment of research; methodological qualitative - quantitative principles of hospital alternative distribution of tumor histology by WHO classification (2000) that, with the account of organ-specific variability of cancerous proliferation, predetermines difficulties of comparative clinico-morphological medico-tactical prognostic and population gastric carcinoma estimation. Prospects of optimization for the modern hospital standard of clinico-morphological gastric carcinoma research are planned with the preference group (under the basic forms of cancer growth) allocation of histological forms of tumor, based on WHO-P. Lauren system (2000).
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