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Journal of the Indonesian Medical Association
Vol. 57 No. 10 October 2007
Survival Rate of Ovarium Cancer in Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta
Sihombing, Marice ( Puslitbang Biomedis dan Farmasi, Balitbangkes RI)
Sirait, Anna Maria ( Puslitbang Biomedis dan Farmasi, Balitbangkes RI)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
31 Oct 2007
 
Ovarian cancer has been one of the most frequent gynecologic malignancy found in women, and come in second after cervix cancer. Mortality rate due to ovarian cancer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSCM) during 1989-92 was 22.6% of 327 deaths due to gynecologic malignancy. Generally the patients were admitted to the hospital at stage II-IV (42.5%) of the disease, rendering low succesful therapy rate. This study aimed to reveal five-year survival rate of ovarian cancer and its risk factors in patients being treated in Dr.Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta. This was a cohort retrospective study. The data were taken from medical records of patients being treated in RSCM from 1996- 2001. To elucidate the patients’ present conditions, home visits were performed to patients living in Jakarta. Questionnaires were being mailed or phoned-interviewed to patients living outside of Jakarta. Study results showed that the number of data that could be included in the study was 218 with means of five-year survival rate 41.25%. In stage I (68 subjects) the five-year survival rate was 76.3%, stage II (9 subjects) 66.6%, stage III (105 subjects) 24.6% and stage IV (36 subjects) 8.1%. The analysis showed that clinical staging and the type of therapy were the most influencing factors to five-year survival rate.Keywords: ovarian cancer, survival rate, staging
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