Katarzyna Olszak-Wąsik

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Uterine fibroids are found in almost 20-40% of women of reproductive age. For each woman an individualised treatment method should be applied because the hysterectomy procedure is not a good option in every case. The uterus is an organ necessary not only in reproduction. Its removal may result in: pelvic floor dysfunction and stress urinary incontinence,(More)
Endometrial cancer is one of the most frequently diagnosed malignant neoplasms among women. In Poland, it is in the fourth place in terms of incidence. The highest morbidity concerns women aged 50-70 years, however it may also appear in women in their reproductive period. Endometrial cancer concerns about 3% of premenopausal women. We present a case of a(More)
A population-based organised cervical cancer screening programme (OCCSP) was introduced in Poland in 2006. In this study we have aimed to analyse whether selected parameters related to invasive cervical cancer (ICC) of patients diagnosed in two distant gynaecological oncology centres changed after the first screening round of the programme run between(More)
UNLABELLED Vulvar cancer accounts for about 3-5% of all female genital carcinomas. TGF-P protein is a member of a superfamily of cytokines that regulate cell functions. A correlation between this protein and many neoplastic processes was reported. OBJECTIVES In our study we analyzed TGF-β expression in vulvar tumor among patients with diagnosed squamous(More)
Myelomeningocele (MMC) is the most frequent congenital defect of the central nervous system for which there is no satisfactory alternative to postnatal treatment. On the contrary prenatal MMC surgery is conducting before birth and is aimed at protecting from Chiari II malformation. The main goal of fetal MMC repair is to improve development and life quality(More)
We present case report of 51-year-old female patient admitted to surgery ward because of presence of pyogenic discharge in perianal region since 7 months. Eighteen months earlierthe patient underwent stress urinary incontinence procedure with use of TVT synthetic implant. Diagnosis of wast, bilateral, composite vagino-perianal fistule was made. After(More)
Vaginal cancer is a rare neoplasm and in about 65% to 90% of cases it is a metastatic one. It is diagnosed in women aged from 60 to 70 years, but it can also appear in younger patients. Squamous cell carcinoma is the most frequently found histopathological type. Risk factors for the development of vaginal cancer are thought to be similar to those of(More)
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