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Majalah Obstetri & Ginekologi

ISSN 0854-0381

Vol. 21 / No. 2 / Published : 2013-05

TOC : 1, and page :48 - 55

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Original Article :

Radiotherapy response of advanced squamous and adenocarcinoma types of cervical cancer at dr soetomo hospital surabaya

Author :

  1. Dyah Erawati*1
  2. Suhatno*2
  3. Irvan Bahar*3
  4. Brahmana A. Tjokroprawiro*4
  1. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran
  3. Mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran
  4. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran

Abstract :

Main therapy for advanced cervical cancer is radiotherapy. Due to radiotherapy treatment facilities limitation radiation services isless optimal due to long queue schedule. Therefore, radiotherapy response in advanced cervival cancer needs to be identified. Thisstudy aimed to know and compare cervical cancer radiotherapy response in advanced stage of squamous and adenocarcinoma cell.This was a retrospective observasional analytical study using secondary data from medical records. The statistical analysis was chisquaremethod. Data were taken from medical record of cervical cancer patient in oncology and radiotherapy clinic in Dr. SoetomoHospital between 2009-2011. Results showed that from 2009 to 2011, 209 patients were admitted in this study. In tumor size  4 cm,complete response between squamous and adenocarcinoma was 68% and 86% (p=0,651), while in tumor size> 4 cm the response insquamous was 70% and adenocarcinoma 88% (p=0.413). In IIB stage, complete response between squamous and adenocarcinomawas 65% and 88% (p= 0.13), and in IIIB stage it was 75% and 87% (p=0,512). In those with Hb<11 gr%, complete responsebetween squamous and adenocarcinoma was 61% and 86% (p=0,346), in Hb 11 gr%, it was 70% and 86% (p=0,042). Based on thehistory of chemotherapy, the complete response between the squamous and adenocarcinoma was 71% and 86% (p= 0.047) but inradiotherapy, the squamous 68% and adenocarcinoma 100% (p= 0.303). In conclusion, most complete response to radiotherapy incervical cancer patient in advanced stage of cell squamous and adenocarcinoma type was 70.8% and 87.5%. (MOG 2013;21:48-55)

Keyword :

cervical cancer, stage, cell squamous cell, adenocarcinoma cell, radiotherapy,

References :

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Volume : 21 / No. : 2 / Pub. : 2013-05
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