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Das bilaterale Mammakarzinom

  • W. Hellriegel
Part of the Handbuch der Medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL, volume 19 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Es ist eine bemerkenswerte Tatsache, daß Frauen mit einem Mammakarzinom relativ häufig auch in der anderen Brust ein Karzinom entwickeln. Diese Frauen bleiben Risikopatienten für ein zweites Karzinom. Die erste klare Darstellung dieses Problèmes brachte Kore21. Er beschreibt 37 Fälle von bilateralen Befall bei 1100 Brustkrebsen und schätzt, daß sich bei den mastektomierten Frauen in der verbleibenden Brust ein Krebs 3–4mal häufiger entwickelt als bei nichterkrankten Frauen im gleichen Alter.

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