Sylwia Kazmierczak-Lukaszewicz

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Endometrial cancer is the most common invasive cancer of the female genital tract, with an increasing incidence rate. Abnormal uterine bleeding is the presenting symptom in 75-90% of cases [1, 2]. The majority of patients with endometrial cancer are diagnosed with no evidence of extrauterine spread (70-80% stage I), which gives patients better prognosis [1,(More)
The aim of the study conducted upon completion of obligatory palliative medicine courses among 588 medical students at two universities was to compare their attitudes toward euthanasia. Four hundred ninety-two (84.97 %) students were Catholics; 69 (11.73 %) declared they would practice euthanasia, 303 (51.53 %) would not, and 216 students (36.73 %) were not(More)
INTRODUCTION There is a need to assess the value of the novel potentially useful biomarkers in ovarian tumors. The aim of study was to assess the value of sAgNOR analysis in ovarian serous epithelial tumors. MATERIAL AND METHODS The analysis was performed in ovaries from 113 patients treated operatively due to serous ovarian tumors (30 adenomas, 14(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical features and prognosis in patients with gynaecological epithelial cancers metastasised to bones. A total of 26 patients were studied retrospectively. Clinical and pathological data were analysed along with a follow-up. It was found that the interval from primary diagnosis of cancer until bony relapse(More)
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