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Brustdrüse

  • H. Sack
  • N. Thesen

Zusammenfassung

Das Mammakarzinom zeigt bei den Frauen in den westlichen Industrieländern eine stetige Häufigkeitszunahme und ist in vielen Ländern bereits die Haupttodesursache unter den malignen Tumoren. In Deutschland ist es auf den ersten Platz der Neuerkrankungen gerückt und erreicht eine Häufigkeit von 25%. Ähnliches gilt für die westeuropäischen Länder und die USA; in Afrika und Asien ist das Mammakarzinom selten. Von 100 000 Frauen erkranken in Deutschland jährlich 55, in Großbritannien 58 und in den USA 77 neu an Brustkrebs. Unter den Frauen in Japan sind es nur 15, bei Japanerinnen, die in Kalifornien leben, bereits 57. Im Jahr 1985 machten die Todesfälle an Mammakarzinomen in Deutschland 18% aller Krebstodesfälle aus (Köchli et al. 1991); 65% aller Erkrankten sterben an ihrem Karzinom (Bastert 1989). Der Tumor ist unter 25 Jahren selten und wird danach stetig häufiger. Beim Mann ist der Tumor 100- bis 150mal seltener als bei Frauen.

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