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Title :[原著]女性肺癌の臨床的検討
Title alternative :Clinical Study on Female Lung Cancer
Authors :川畑, 勉
城間, 寛
鎌田, 義彦
佐久田, 斉
玉木, 正人
久貝, 忠男
下地, 光好
宮城, 和史
赤崎, 満
伊波, 潔
国吉, 幸男
古謝, 景春
草場, 昭
中村, 浩明
斎藤, 厚
Authors alternative :Kawabata, Tsutomu
Shiroma, Hiroshi
Kamada, Yoshihiko
Sakuda, Hitoshi
Tamaki, Masato
Kugai, Tadao
Shimoji, Mitsuyoshi
Miyagi, Kazufumi
Akasaki, Mitsuru
Iha, Kiyoshi
Kuniyoshi, Yukio
Koja, Kageharu
Kusaba, Akira
Nakamura, Hiroaki
Saito, Atsushi
Authors affiliation :琉球大学医学部外科学第2講座
琉球大学医学部地域医療研究センター
琉球大学医学部内科学第1講座
Issue Date :1994
Publisher :琉球医学会
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
Type (NII) :Journal Article
ISSN :1346888X
0289-1530
Abstract :Seventeen female cases of lung cancer diagnosed at the Second Department of Surgery, University of the Ryukyus from January 1984 till August 1993 were studied clinically in comparison with 47 male cases of lung cancer diagnosed during the same period. The ratio of female to male was 1:2.76. The age of female cases ranged from 41 to 86 years, with an average of 63.3 years. This was similar to that of the male cases. Eight(47.1%)of the 17 patients were asymptomatic and 9(52.9%) were symptomatic at the time of detection. Adenocarcinoma was the most common histological type (76.5%) in the female cases. This figure was significantly higher than in the males (42.8%). The female cases with squamous cell carcinoma (17.6%) were all smokers, suggesting a relationship between lung cancer and smoking habits. Clinical stage I cases were more common in females (52.9%) than in males (39.5%). Four cases of female lung cancer(23.5%) were heavy smokers with smoking index over 400. In comparison, 86.5% of male cases were heavy smokers. The cumulative 5 year survival rate in female patients with resected lung cancer was 64.6% and that in male was 42.6%. The prognosis of female cases with resection was significantly better than that of males. These results suggest that it is most important for housewives to stop smoking and to adopt the habit of regular checkup for prevention and early detection of lung cancer.
Rights :琉球医学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12001/3092
Citation :琉球医学会誌 = Ryukyu Medical Journal Vol.14 no.1 p.63 -67
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