Çok primerli ve tek primerli kanser olguları: İzmir kanser kayıt merkezi verilerinden hastane tabanlı bir inceleme

Sevil Çağıran KILÇIKSIZ, Canan KAYNAK, Erkan EŞKİ, Özlem YERSAL, İsmet ÜNLÜ, Aylin ÇALLI, Ayşegül SARI, Ali BALOĞLU, Gülten NALBANTOĞLU, Hacer YİĞİTBAŞ
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AMAÇ Çalışmamızda İzmir Kanser İzlem Denetleme Merkezi'nin (KİDEM) İzmir Atatürk Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesi'ndeki (İAEAH) veri tabanınında ilk kez çoklu tümörler incelendi, tekli tümörlerle karşılaştırıldı. GEREÇ VE YÖNTEM Ekim-1993 ve Ekim-2005 arası 20.895 tümör İAEAH'de KİDEM'de kaydedildi. Çok primerli tümör 605'ti (297 hasta). Yalnızca çift primer tümörlü (ÇPT) hastalar incelendi. İstatistiksel analizlerde Chi-square test, Independent Samples t-test kullanıldı. Analizler %95'lik güven aralığında yapıldı; p

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Neoplazmlar, gizli primer,İzmir,Veri tabanı,Kayıt merkezleri,Ki-kare dağılımı,Konu ile ilgili kayıtlar

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