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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Early symptoms of breast cancer: typical and atypical manifestations

Author: NAZAR SEIDALIN, DMITRY O. BOKOV, ALEXANDER MARKOV, BAYU INDRA SUKMANA, HULDANI, VITALY V. GONCHAROV
Abstract: The article discusses the early typical and atypical signs of breast cancer. Research shows that a significant number of patients have atypical symptoms of the disease in question. At the same time, women who do not have seals in their breasts often do not seek help. Accordingly, today it is necessary to popularize the features of breast cancer diagnosis with atypical symptoms. The author concludes that take into account all the symptomatic manifestations of the disease in question will allow detecting breast cancer at an early stage and increasing the percentage of patients cured. This study provides detailed data on the sign of breast cancer symptoms, as well as on the frequency and diagnostic intervals associated with various symptoms, which can be used to popularize methods to fight breast cancer. It can be concluded that increasing the awareness of patients and doctors about possible non-specific symptoms of breast cancer will significantly increase the ell 5 effectiveness of medical care in the fight against this disease. The article notes that only l out of 6 women who have been found with breast cancer without the presence of seals, they experience a wide range of signs before finding help. Accordingly, the presence of non-specific signs of breast cancer increases the length of time between their first manifestations and going to the doctor. which reduces the subsequent effectiveness of medical care. It should also be noted that all participants in the experiment had free access to primary health care services, and primary health care doctors were able to quickly send patients to oncologists. However, the frequency of seeking medical attention in most women with non-specific symptoms was very low, and the interval between the first manifestation of symptoms and seeing a doctor was long. The results of the study emphasize the need for medical interventions to improve the diagnostic process in women with atypical manifestations and development of methods aimed at focusing on non-specific signs of breast cancer through medical public health education activities.
Keyword: breast, cancer, typical symptoms, atypical symptoms, diagnostics
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.317
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