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Korean J Gynecol Oncol Colposc. 1993 Jun;4(2):67-74. Korean. Original Article. https://doi.org/10.3802/kjgoc.1993.4.2.67
Lee DY , Kim YD , Kwon JY , Chung IB , Han SW , Han HD , Cha DS .
Abstract

A series of 52 patients with adenocarcinema and adenosquamoua carcinoma of the uterine cervix is presented with emphasis on clinical and histologic features. The results were summarized as follows. l. Among 898 cases of maligrwnt legion of the uterine cervix, 52 cases(5.8%) were adeaocarcinoma and-adenoequamous carcinoma of the cervix, 2, The mean age of the patients; adenocarcinoma: 47.4+/-8.5 year-old, adenosquamous carcinoma : 45.0+/-9.5 year-old, 3. Acording to the clinical stage, 34 cases(65.4%) were in stage I, 16 cases(30.8%) in stage I, 2 cases(3.8%) in stage J5. 4. The histologieal gradings of the adenocarcinoma were classified as follows; wel) differentiated type: 16 cases(50.0%), moderate differentiated type: 12 cases(37.5%), and poorly differentiated type: 4 cases(12.5%). 5. As clinical stage advances, the pelvic lymph node metastasis were increased as follows, adenocarcinoma; stage I: 16%, stage II : 60.0%. 6. 2 year survival rates according to the clinical stage were as follows; stage I: 78. 6%, stage II : 83.3% and stage Ill ". 0.0%.

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