[The impact of early gastric cancer diagnosis on indices of survival in patients after radical surgical intervention].

Klinichna khirurhiia / Ministerstvo okhorony zdorov'ia Ukrainy, Naukove tovarystvo khirurhiv Ukrainy

PubMedID: 23987024

Bairamov RB, Abdullaeva RT. [The impact of early gastric cancer diagnosis on indices of survival in patients after radical surgical intervention]. Klin Khir. 2013;(6):18-21.
Basing on the determined rate of early gastric cancer diagnosis it is possible to prognosticate the survival indices in patients, suffering gastric cancer after radical surgical intervention performance as well as the adjuvant chemotherapy efficacy. There were analyzed the data of their own, as well as such from Japan and Western Europe, concerning studying of the early gastric cancer incidence, the survival indices after conduction of D2 lymphodissection for gastric cancer and a rate of a synchronous macroscopically obvious remote metastases (SMVRM). There was established, that in gastric cancer patients the lesser is the early gastric cancer rate--the SMVRM rate is higher in any stage of the tumor; high rate of SMVRM in the patients, suffering gastric cancer coincide with a high rate of synchronous hided remote metastases in any stage of a tumor; the early gastric cancer rate correlates directly with a 5-year survival indices after radical surgical intervention for gastric cancer, in any resectable stage (I-III); the lesser early gastric cancer rate--the bigger necessity of adjuvant chemotherapy conduction for gastric cancer.