ŽATECKÝ, Jan, Oldřich COUFAL, Pavel FABIAN, Miloš HOLÁNEK, Eva SEHNÁLKOVÁ and Petr BURKOŇ. Primary Breast Sarcoma: A Two-Centre Analysis and Review of Literature. Breast Care. Švýcarsko, vol. 18, No 4, p. 262-269. ISSN 1661-3791. doi:10.1159/000530934. 2023.
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Original name Primary Breast Sarcoma: A Two-Centre Analysis and Review of Literature
Authors ŽATECKÝ, Jan (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution), Oldřich COUFAL, Pavel FABIAN, Miloš HOLÁNEK, Eva SEHNÁLKOVÁ and Petr BURKOŇ.
Edition Breast Care, Švýcarsko, 2023, 1661-3791.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 30212 Surgery
Country of publisher Switzerland
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
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RIV identification code RIV/47813059:19510/23:A0000490
Organization unit Faculty of Public Policies in Opava
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1159/000530934
UT WoS 001010246100001
Keywords in English Primary breast sarcoma; Prognostic factors; Two-centre analysis
Tags International impact, Reviewed
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Abstract
Introduction: Primary breast sarcoma is a very rare malignant type of breast tumours with an incidence of 0.1% of all primary breast malignancies. Methods: We present a retrospective analysis of the case series from two hospitals in the Czech Republic with a review of the diagnostic and treatment approach to primary breast sarcomas with an analysis of published prognostic factors. Results: Eleven patients were included in the study, 9 women and 2 men. Statistical evaluation revealed that tumour size (p = 0.1964), grade (p = 0.1667), margin distance (p = 0.5403), mitotic activity (p = 0.8577), or age (p = 0.7822) were not prognostic factors in our cohort. Conclusion: The analysis did not prove any of the factors, such as age, tumour size, grade, or mitotic activity, to be statistically significant prognostic factors. Based on the literature review, the most common published prognostic factors are tumour size, margin status, and grade, but the results are ambiguous.
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