Intra-Arterial Infusion in Tumors of the Pelvis
There were 37,000 new cases of bladder cancer, including 10,600 deaths; many of these patients had pain and hematuria. The 5-year survival rate for stages B2 and C of bladder cancer is 20%–43%; for stage D, about 10%.
There were 73,000 new cases of prostate cancer, including 23,300 deaths. This disease has about a 40% mortality, especially in patients with extracapsular extension; 5-year survival rate is 10%–25%.
There were 16,000 new cases of cervical cancer, including 7,100 deaths.
There were 18,000 new cases of ovarian cancer, including 11,400 deaths.
KeywordsBladder Cancer Iliac Artery Internal Iliac Artery Common Iliac Artery Epidermoid Carcinoma
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