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NOVELTIES IN REVISED FIGO CERVICAL CANCER CLASSIFICATION FROM 2018. WHAT RADIOLOGIST SHOULD KNOW? /

NOVINE U REVIDIRANOJ FIGO KLASIFIKACIJI KARCINOMA GRLIĆA MATERICE IZ 2018. GODINE. ŠTA RADIOLOZI TREBA DA ZNAJU?

Authors

 

Milica Mastilović1, Aljoša Mandić1, 2, Nataša Prvulović Bunović1, 3

1Medical Faculty University of Novi Sad
2Clinic for oncological surgery, Oncology Institute of Vojvodina
3Center for Imaging Diagnostic, Oncology Institute of Vojvodina

 

UDK: 618.146-006-074"2018"


The paper was received / Rad primljen: 12.10.2020.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 25.10.2020.

 


Correspondence to:


Milica Mastilović,
Medical faculty University of Novi Sad, Serbia.
e-mail: milica.mastilovic@hotmail.com

 

 

Abstract


Cancer of the cervix uteri represents major socioeconomic problem, given the incidence which, regardless of prevention measures, remains at high level, particularly in countries of lower socioeconomic status. Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cause of cancer incidence in women. Accurate assessment of disease stage is a prerequisite for a selection of adequate therapeutic modality.Used for many years, the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) classification did not meet criteria of the spread of the disease and thus it became insufficient. Compared to the previous classification, which was based on clinical evaluation of the stage of disease based on gynecological examination and other diagnostic methods, revised FIGO classification includes radiologic imaging modalities and pathological assessment, as a supplement to clinical evaluation, in determination of the stage of cervical cancer for all stages of cervical cancer.Diagnostics and treatment of patients with cervical cancer is based on multidisciplinary approach.


Key words:

cervical cancer; FIGO classification; imaging

 

 

Sažetak


Karcinom grlića materice i dalje predstavlja veliki socioekonomski problem, obzirom na incidencu cervikalnog carcinoma koja se i pored mera prevencije i dalje održava na visokom nivou, naročito u zemljama nižeg socioekonomskog razvoja. Karcinom grlića materice četvrti je karcinom po učestalosti kod žena. Precizna procena stadijuma bolesti preduslov je za izbor adekvatnog terapijskog modaliteta.Dugo godina upotrebljavana FIGO klasifikacija nije zadovoljavala kriterijume proširenosti bolesti i samim tim postala je insuficijentna. U odnosu na prethodnu FIGO klasifikaciju, koja je bila bazirana na kliničkom procenjivanju stadijuma bolesti na osnovu ginekološkog pregleda i pomoću drugih dijagnostičkih metoda, revidirana FIGO klasifikacija uključuje radiološke imidžing metode i patološku procenu u određivanju stadijuma karcinoma grlića materice i to za sve stadijume bolesti, kao dopuna kliničkoj proceni kada su radiološke metode dostupne. Dijagnostika i lečenje pacijentkinja obolelih od karcinoma grlića materice zasniva se na multidisciplinarnom pristupu.


Ključne reči:

cervicalni karcinom; FIGO klasifikacija; imidžing

 

 

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