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|Title:||Primary malignancies of the corpus uteri retrospective five year analysis.|
Prabhakar, B R
|Citation:||Cherian A, Surin C, Jacob S, Prabhakar BR. Primary malignancies of the corpus uteri retrospective five year analysis. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology. 1995 Jan; 38(1): 63-72|
|Abstract:||Primary malignant tumours of the body of the uterus are less common in India compared to carcinoma of the cervix. This study analyzed 86 primary malignant tumours of the body of the uterus over a 5 year period with regard to incidence of the various tumours, age group, gravidity, any predisposing factor, and the incidence of carcinoma of the cervix in the same period. Adeno-carcinomas were found to be the most common type of tumour. Tropho-blastic malignancies and mixed mullerian tumours also formed a significant number of cases. Compared to Western studies our patients with adenocarcinoma, adenosquamous carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and mixed mullerian tumour, were younger. Patients with adeno-carcinomas had a higher parity and patients with choriocarcinoma had a lower parity. Diabetes, hypertension and obesity were not as common as in the West. Carcinoma of the cervix was found to be commoner than primary malignant tumours of the body of the uterus.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology|
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