The Correlation Between The Clinico- Pathological Factors And Gastric Cancer: A Retrospective Study.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 3055-3061
AbstractAim: to find correlation between clinical and pathological factors of gastric cancer.
Material and Methods: This retrospective study was carried out in the Department of Pathology, Patna Medical College and Hospital Patna, Bihar, India from December 2017 to july 2018. Total 600 patients were included in this study.
Results: Of these 600 patients, 370 (61.67%) underwent distal gastrectomy, 24 (4%) proximal gastrectomy via abdomen and 145 (24.17%) via thorax, and 61 (10.16%) underwent total gastrectomy. Distal and total gastrectomy had more numbers of clearances of lymph nodes than the other operational approaches. The postoperative complications occurred in 51 patients 51/600, 8.5%.The overall mortality was 0.66% (4/600).The diameter of the neoplasm was positively correlated with the depth of infiltration and lymphatic metastasis rate while hemoglobin was the opposite. 92 (15.33%) of 600 were early gastric carcinoma (EGC) with metastasis of lymph nodes in 12 patients (12/92, 13.04%).
Conclusion: This retrospective study has shown that clinicopathological characters in gastric cancer varied with sex, location, and diameter of the tumor.
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