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QOL after RT or OP for uterine cervix cancer
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Kaneyasu, Yuko National Hospital Organization Fukuyama Medical Center|Hiroshima University
Fujiwara, Hisaya Chugoku Rosai Hospital|Hiroshima University
Nishimura, Tetsuo Shizuoka Cancer Center
Sakurai, Hideyuki University of Tsukuba
Kazumoto, Tomoko Fukaya Red Cross Hospital|Saitama Cancer Center
Uno, Takashi Chiba University
Tokumaru, Sunao Hyogo Ion Beam Medical Center|Saga University
Harima, Yoko Kansai Medical University
Gomi, Hiromichi St. Marianna University School of Medicine
Toita, Takafumi Okinawa Chubu Hospital|University of the Ryukyus
Kita, Midori Tokyo Metropolitan Tama Medical Center
Noda, Shin-ei Saitama Medical University|Gunma University
Takahashi, Takeo Saitama Medical University
Kato, Shingo Saitama Medical University
Ohkawa, Ayako University of Tsukuba|National Hospital Organization Mito Medical Center
Tozawa-Ono, Akiko St. Marianna University School of Medicine
Ushijima, Hiroki Saitama Cancer Center
Hasumi, Yoko Mitsui Memorial Hospital|Saitama Cancer Center
Hirashima, Yasuyuki Shizuoka Cancer Center
Niibe, Yuzuru Kurume University
Nakagawa, Tomio National Hospital Organization Fukuyama Medical Center
Akita, Tomoyuki Hiroshima University
Tanaka, Junko Hiroshima University
Ohno, Tatsuya Gunma University
キーワード
uterine cervical cancer
radiotherapy
surgery
quality of life
questionnaire
sexuality
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学術雑誌論文
抄録
This study aimed to research the post-treatment quality of life (QOL) between radiotherapy (RT)- and operation (OP)-treated early cervical cancer survivors, using separate questionnaires for physicians and patients. We administered an observational questionnaire to patients aged 20–70 years old with Stages IB1–IIB cervical cancer who had undergone RT or OP and without recurrence as outpatients for ≥6 months after treatment. We divided 100 registered patients equally into two treatment groups (n = 50 each). The average age was 53 and 44 years in the RT and OP groups, respectively. The RT group included 34 and 66% Stage I and II patients, respectively, whereas the OP group included 66 and 34% Stage I and II patients, respectively. The OP group included 58% of patients with postoperative RT. Combination chemotherapy was performed in 84 and 48% of patients in the RT and OP groups, respectively. On the physicians’ questionnaire, we observed significant differences in bone marrow suppression (RT) and leg edema (OP). On the patients’ questionnaire, significantly more patients had dysuria and leg edema in the OP group than in the RT group, and severe (Score 4–5) leg edema was significantly higher in the post-operative RT group than in the OP only group. The frequency of sexual intercourse decreased after treatment in both groups. On the patients’ questionnaire, there were no significant differences between the two groups regarding sexual activity. These findings are useful to patients and physicians for shared decision-making in treatment choices. The guidance of everyday life and health information including sexual life after treatment is important.
掲載誌名
Journal of Radiation Research
ISSN
13499157
cat書誌ID
AA00705792
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Oxford University Press|The Japanese Radiation Research Society|Japanese Society for Radiation Oncology
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開始ページ
269
終了ページ
284
発行日
2021-01-07
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This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted reuse, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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eng
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医学系