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Onkologische Probleme in der Schwangerschaft

  • J. Baltzer
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Zusammenfassung

Die Koinzidenz einer Schwangerschaft mit einem Malignom ist mit etwa 1‰ sehr selten. Da manche therapeutische Komponenten in der onkologischen Therapie (Radiatio, Chemotherapeutika) die Integrität der Schwangerschaft beeinträchtigen können, entsteht bei solchen Patienten der Konflikt, ob die Schwangerschaft vorzeitig beendet werden soll, oder ob die Tumortherapie erst verzögert durchgeführt werden kann. Außerdem ist unklar, ob eine Schwangerschaft Einfluß hat auf die weitere Entwicklung eines Tumors. Diese Fragen müssen differenziert analysiert werden, da für unterschiedliche Tumoren und ihre jeweiligen Stadien sehr unterschiedliche therapeutische Konzepte angewandt werden.

Schlüsselwörter

Mammakarzinom Cervixkarzinom Ovarialkarzinom Malignes Melanom Kolonkarzinom M. Hodgkin Leukosen-Operative Therapie Strahlentherapie Chemotherapie Eugenische Indikation 

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  • J. Baltzer
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  1. 1.I. Frauenklinik der UniversitätMünchen 2Deutschland

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