- Volume 16 Issue 1
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Cancer Notification at a Referral Hospital of Kermanshah, Western Iran (2006-2009)
- Rahimi, Zohreh (Medical Biology Research Center, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Kasraei, Razieh (Medical Biology Research Center, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Najafi, Farid (Research Center for Environmental Determinants of Health, School of Public Health, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Tanhapoor, Maryam (Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Abdi, Hamed (Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Rahimi, Ziba (Medical Biology Research Center, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Vaisi-Raygani, Asad (Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Aznab, Mozafar (Department of Hematology Oncology, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences) ;
- Moradi, Mahmoudreza (Department of Urology and Regenerative Medicine, Medical School, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences)
- Published : 2015.02.04
Background: Cancer is a major public health problem and the leading cause of mortality in both males and females in developed and developing countries. The incidence of cancer is gender dependent. Among Iranians, it is the third cause of death. Materials and Methods: The information recorded in the files of all patients (7,695 individuals) pathologically diagnosed with cancer in Imam Reza referral hospital of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences during the four year period of 2006-2009 were reviewed and analyzed using SPSS statistical software package version 16.0. Results: Around 61.6% of reported cancer cases were males and 38.4% were females. The most prevalent reported malignant tumors occurred at the age group of 70-79 years in males and in females these tumors were presented in the ages of 60-69 years. The most prevalent cancers among studied patients were gastrointestinal (GI) cancers with a frequency of 22.9% [gastric 10.7%, colorectal 6.9%, and esophageal 6%]. The second, third and forth prevalent cancers were blood at 16.4%, lung 13.5% and bladder 12.8%, respectively. In males the cancers of GI (25.6%) were the most prevalent followed in order of frequency by bladder (18%), blood (17.6%), lung (17.4%) and prostate (6.8%). In females the most frequent recorded cancer was breast (24.1%) followed in order of frequency by GI (20.5%), blood (14.4%), lung (7.3%), uterus (6.2%) and ovary (5.1%). Breast cancer was the most prevalent cancer (27%) in the age group of 40-49 years. Conclusions: The present study provides frequency data for various types of cancers in both males and females from a referral hospital of Kermanshah that are comparable with some reports from other areas of the country.
Supported by : Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences
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