Pages: 120 - 123
Authors: Navruzova V. S.
Abstract: The main treatments for patients with cervical cancer are radiation, surgical and medical, which are used in combination with each other or separately. The study included 204 patients with cervical cancer younger who underwent traditional combined radiotherapy, chemoradiotherapy and chemotherapy and radiation treatment. The results of treatment showed that the effectiveness of the therapy and quality of life is higher in the group where the received chemotherapy and radiation therapy using radiomodifier
Keywords: fertile age, systemic chemotherapy, endoarterial regional chemotherapy, cervical cancer, fertility-sparing surgery, ovarian transposition, quality of life, effectiveness of treatment, dynamic monitoring
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