Comparison of compliance and response rate of radiotherapy alone vs. chemo radiotherapy in stage IIIB carcinoma cervix patients having obstructive uropathy

@article{Rathore2014ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of compliance and response rate of radiotherapy alone vs. chemo radiotherapy in stage IIIB carcinoma cervix patients having obstructive uropathy},
  author={Narendra Pal Singh Rathore and Sunnia Gupta},
  journal={International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={1548-1557}
}
  • Narendra Pal Singh Rathore, Sunnia Gupta
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences
  • Background: Carcinoma cervix is the second most common malignancy among females of India (1) . The low incidence rate in developed countries is because of well-developed screening programs and awareness among women. But in developing countries like India, because of lack of health awareness and lack of proper screening facilities, patients usually present in advanced stages. They also have a lot of associated co-morbidities like obstructive uropathy with or without deranged RFT, anaemia, poor… CONTINUE READING

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