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Ginekologia i Poloznictwo
ISSN 1896-3315 e-ISSN 1898-0759

Diagnostics and treatment of cervical carcinoma


Author(s): Mariusz Bidziński

The mortality rates for cervical carcinoma in Poland remain stable. According to the statistical data collected by the National Carcinoma Registry, 3345 novel cases of cervical carcinoma were diagnosed in 2004. High mortality rates for cervical carcinoma are still being observed. The treatment of subjects with cervical carcinoma requires an extremely meticulous diagnostics both in histopathological and in radiological respect as well as extensive experience on the part of the medical team. The majority of cases involve interdisciplinary treatment thus necessitating the cooperation between gynecologists, gynecological oncologists, radiotherapists and clinical oncologists. A treatment properly scheduled and performed in due time gives an opportunity for the therapy to yield a positive outcome.