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The Combined Operation the Cancer of the Rectum with Germination in Genital Organs

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Author(s): H. B. Bobokulov | A. M. Hakimov

Journal: European Medical, Health and Pharmaceutical Journal
ISSN 1804-5804

Volume: 1;
Start page: 11;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: COLORECTAL CANCER | EXTENDED OPERATIONS | COMBINED OPERATIONS

ABSTRACT
The  Purpose  of  the  study:  define  the  indications  andcontraindications to, combined operation in locally invasivetumor of the rectum.The Material and methods of the study: we have analysedresults  combined  operation  in  cancer  of  the  rectum  withgermination  in  genital  organs,  performed  in  department  ofcoloproctology  in  National  Oncological  Scientific  centreduring 2005­2009 years.Under  observation  were  118  women  at  age  from  21  to  68years.  This before 45 years ­ 26 patients, from 46 to 59years ­ 54 patients, 60 and above years.The  Results  and  their  discussion:  Postoperativecomplications suppurative­inflammatory character appearedbeside  36  patients  (30,5%),  most  of  all  after  abdomeno  ­perineal  extirpation  of  rectum  (35,5%)  and  abdominoanalresection of the rectum (33,3%). In lesser extend after frontresection of the rectum and after operation Hartman (28,5%and 22,7%).The  General  lethality  has  formed  3,4%,  have  died  aftercombined operation 4 patients from 118 operated patients.The  Conclusion:  thereby,  brought  data  evident  that  suchimportant factors, as frequency of the origin relapse (28%),5­year  probability  of  survival  (37,1%),  under  combinedinterference  and  operation  of  the  standard  volume  in  thecancer of the rectum practically the same.
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