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  • GeneReviews® [BOOK]
  • BOOKUniversity of Washington, Seattle: Seattle (WA)
  • Adam MP, Ardinger HH, … Amemiya AAl-Hassnan ZN, Kaya N
  • Infants withISCA2-related mitochondrial disorder (IRMD) typically attain normal development in the first months of life. At age three to seven months, affected individuals usually present with a tria...
  • [Breast Cancer: Diagnostics and Therapy - the Most Important Facts for Internists]. [Journal Article]
  • DMDtsch Med Wochenschr 2018; 143(4):267-278
  • Hamann U, Ankel C
  • CONCLUSIONS:  Breast carcinoma accounts for the majority of the malignant diseases in women. In Germany has an estimated incidence of 70 000 new cases per year, which is 30 % of all the malignancies in women, predominantly between 45 and 83 years old, although it can affect as well younger women and men, the latter, in a very low rate. It is accountable for 17.4 % mortality in the country.The high frequency and impact of the mammary carcinoma had lead to the establishment and standardization of screening programs, encompassing self examination, early and regular consultation, sonography and mammography, aimed to the early detection not only of primary disease but also in recurrent or relapsing disease, and continued following up after treatment. Several treatment strategies and tools have been developed and are being chosen in accordance to the histology and biology of the tumor, the patient condition, the social and familiar status, with the increase of conservation of the mammary gland either by adjuvant or neoadjuvant therapies, with radiotherapy or by breast conserving surgery, improving therefore the quality of living without compromising the disease free survival. Next step in the process is the follow up, intended to maintain the patients the healthiest possible, not only from the malignancy but also minimizing the effects of the treatment strategies, incorporating lifestyle improving measures e.g. sports and nutrition, and alternative medicine resources like acupuncture, hence improving the disease free survival rate, the overall survival and diminishing the disease related impact yet personal, familiar, social and economical.The aim of this CME is to give a thorough review of this multifactorial entity, helping the healthcare professional understand the scientific aspects of it and, through comprehensive reading, provide a clear understanding of their role and degree of involvement in the breast cancer management process.
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