THE ASPECTS OF DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS FOR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
Alimkhodzhaeva L.T.*, Yusupova N.B., Shodmonova D.S., Abdullaeva G.D. and Narzieva D.F.
The main prevention of relapse, the identification of distant metastases and pathological changes in regional lymph nodes is fundamental in the prognosis and choice of treatment methods for breast cancer. In this case, combinations of various methods of radical therapy (surgical, radiation, chemotherapeutic and radiation) can be successfully used. Dissection of the sentinel lymph node is not currently the standard in the treatment of breast cancer patients, but further study of this technique is promising in order to exclude the execution of axillary lymphadenectomy in the absence of its metastatic lesion.
Keywords: Breast Cancer, Lymph Nodes, Distant Metastases, Lymphadenectomy, Adjuvant Chemotherapy, Morphological Verification.
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